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Divorce: Property Division and Financials

What To Do After Divorce Is Final

you have a divorce decree signed by the judge, now what?

August 4, 2021

What To Do After Divorce Is Final It’s been a long, difficult process but you finally have the divorce decree signed by the judge in your hands. You may feel relieved and at peace or you may feel sad that your marriage is over. No matter your feelings, the final decree may not be the […]

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Divorce: Custody and Child Support

custody: understanding the basics

May 12, 2022

“Where are my kids going to live?” “Will I get to decide where my children go to school?” “Are my kids going to be OK?” These are all questions lawyers hear when discussing custody issues with clients in divorce and paternity cases.   Types of custody There are 2 types of custody that are determined […]

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How To File for Divorce in Nebraska

Time To Say Goodbye: How To File for Divorce in Nebraska

January 18, 2021

Wondering how to file for divorce in Nebraska? If so, you’re likely looking for some help during a difficult time. We’ll walk you through the process, from your initial divorce consultation to the final divorce decree. Ready. After you have had a consultation with an experienced Nebraska divorce lawyer in order to have your divorce […]

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Estate Planning

Premarital Agreements

Premarital Agreements

August 18, 2021

A carefully drafted premarital agreement can help create a culture of talking about money and financial openness in a marriage. It can also provide a framework for an amicable separation of the parties, in the unfortunate event of divorce.

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Does Nebraska Have an Inheritance Tax

Does Nebraska Have an Inheritance Tax?

August 12, 2021

“… but in this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” – Benjamin Franklin.  No truer words are spoken in the case of inheritance tax, although not every state has it. And if you’re wondering, “Does Nebraska have an inheritance tax?” Yes, it’s one of six states that collects inheritance […]

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Criminal Defense

stalking

stalking: the facts and what you can do about it

January 19, 2022

In October of 2021, the first person convicted under federal cyberstalking laws in Nebraska was sentenced to a year in prison. This provides a good opportunity to remind clients and the community that January is National Stalking Awareness Month. We are committed to being part of the necessary community-wide response to this underrecognized form of […]

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Understanding What Happens At An Arraignment

facing criminal charges? here’s what happens at an arraignment

July 29, 2021

So you’re facing criminal charges. What happens at an arraignment? And then what happens after an arraignment hearing? It is understandable that you might feel a mixture of emotions. You may feel confused, scared, anxious, upset, angry, stressed out, or any number of other emotions. Understanding what to expect at the very first court appearance […]

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Immigration Law

Apply for Temporary Protected Status March 2021 TPS Update

Apply for Temporary Protected Status: Venezuela and Burma/Myanmar Citizens — Just the Facts

March 25, 2021

Looking for information about how to apply for temporary protected status or recent TPS updates impacting citizens of Venezuela and Burma/Myanmar? We’re giving you the facts on recent temporary protected status updates. APPLY FOR TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS: JUST THE FACTS. This month, Department of Homeland Security authorized citizens from two new countries to apply for […]

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Podcasts

Working With Opposing Counsel

May 17, 2022

Learning to work with opposing counsel in your life doesn’t only apply to attorneys! This episode is all about working together (even with the opposition) to find a respectful and productive outcome for all parties involved.

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Conversation with the Honorable Judge Randall, Part 2

May 10, 2022

How does one move from being a lawyer to a judge? What does it mean to appeal a case? What advice should judges give new lawyers? This episode of the Lady Lawyer League podcast features the Honorable Judge Gary Randall. Judge Randall talks about his journey from lawyer to judge and how the two professions are different and similar at the same time. He also breaks down some of his most highly-profiled cases during his tenure has a judge in Nebraska.

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Conversation with the Honorable Judge Randall, Part 1

May 3, 2022

What is it like to be a judge? Judge Randall served for over 23 years on the district court and also practiced law. From arguing with his dad to law school to his career prior to becoming a judge and how that impacted his ability to be a great judge on the bench, Judge Randall shares his story in the first episode of this 2-part series with the Lady Lawyer League.

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