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A common question that people ask when dealing with a divorce is whether they and their spouse can use one lawyer for their divorce. The simple answer is no, you and your spouse cannot use one lawyer for your divorce.
Lawyers in Nebraska must abide by the Nebraska Rules …
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 issue, some separated couples find one of the many communication applications available today an invaluable …
Child support is a critical component of any divorce decree or paternity order in Nebraska. All parents have a duty to support their children financially, and this obligation does not end when paternity has been established or a marriage ends.
Nebraska requires child support to be paid until a …
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 …