I live in the state of Kentucky. Can I break a lease if I have become unemployed and have to move out of state?

Question Details: I need to break a year lease that was signed on November 15, 2008. My husband has lost his job and I have never been able to find a job here. It is necessary for us to move out of state and live with relatives until we can find jobs. Also, the lease agreement that we signed was made up by the young lady that owns this condo and she did not sign the agreement; it was only signed by my husband and me. There was not even a line provided for her to sign on. Please help us on this matter. Jeannette Miles, Louisville, KY

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