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Child Custody

What is Considered Income for Nebraska Child Support?

Although the Nebraska courts developed and provide a Basic Net Income and Support Calculation Worksheet, before the worksheet can be completed, the parents’ combined net income must be determined.

But what makes up net income for child support calculations?

First, identify the gross monthly income and subtract deductions …

The Best Co-Parenting Apps

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Going through a divorce can be complicated and arduous, but communicating with your former spouse shouldn’t have to be. While many separated couples may be able to communicate with each other amicably and without …

February 12Child Custody

Child Custody: Grandparent Visitation Rights

Nebraska’s grandparent visitation laws explicitly protect parental rights while considering the child’s best interests. However, grandparents can seek visitation over a parent’s objection when:

(a) The child’s parent or parents are deceased;

(b) The marriage of the child’s parents has been dissolved or is being dissolved; or

(c) The …

February 12Child Custody

Parents: Changes May Impact What You Pay for Your Children’s Health Care Expenses

The Nebraska, Child Support Guidelines changed January 1, 2020. Previously, under Nebraska statutes the custodial parent would be responsible for the first $480 of out of pocket medical expenses for each child. Any additional costs would then be allocated between the custodial and non-custodial parent as determined by the …

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