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Is Choosing a Choice for Children?

November 10, 2020

As Family Law attorneys, we are often asked “How old does my child have to be to testify to the judge?”  Or “when can my child decide who she wants to live with?”  It is important to discuss your custody case with an experienced Family Law attorney in Nebraska to help you answer this question […]

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Estate Planning: start with these 3 questions

August 20, 2020

When creating your estate plan, it is important to have a comprehensive conversation with an experienced estate planning lawyer about your assets and desires.  In this blog, we are going to look at the process of what happens to your assets after you die.  When someone dies, their estate has to be “administered” either by […]

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The Value of a Consultation

August 12, 2020

With today’s technology, it seems as though you can find the answers to just about anything on the internet. However, when you or someone you care about has questions about a divorce or custody matter, there is so much added value in discussing your questions and concerns with an experienced attorney instead of surfing the […]

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Choosing Your Agent: who will make your decisions when you are unable to?

July 17, 2020

When choosing a person that will serve as your power of attorney or guardian and/or conservator (your “agent”), there are several factors that you should consider before signing on the dotted line to choose your agent. Here are the top three things to consider when choosing a decision maker for yourself if it ever becomes […]

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Nebraska Alimony- What You Need to Know

July 6, 2020

  If you’re thinking of divorce, you may also be wondering about Nebraska alimony (also known as spousal support). Regardless of whether you think you may end up as the person paying or the person receiving alimony, you should know something about Nebraska alimony before you make decisions about your case. The spousal support conversation is […]

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Pet Custody in Divorce

April 11, 2020

Many families include members with four paws instead of hands and feet. Pet custody or pet possession issues are seeing more litigation in divorce courtrooms in recent years. You get the dining room table, I get the dog. Like most states, Nebraska considers pets to be personal property, so they are technically subject to the same […]

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Coronavirus: Child Support Modification

April 10, 2020

If you are one of several million people who are now unemployed or have had a significant decrease in your income due to the coronavirus, you may want to talk to an attorney about how that affects your child support obligation. Material Change in Circumstances. In Nebraska, you can apply for a modification of child […]

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Shared Parenting Time and Coronavirus

April 9, 2020

As family law lawyers, we recently have been getting a lot of questions about parenting time during the COVID-19 quarantine. Many state’s courts and judges have issued orders about how parents should conduct themselves with regard to their parenting plans. There is currently no such order from any court in Nebraska. Always Fall Back on […]

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