What if you could get divorced without all the expense and drama—or if you could get divorced and move on with your life without wasting so much time in legal offices and courtrooms? There is a way. If you and your spouse can cooperate and negotiate together, you can get an uncontested divorce that
What is an annulment and why would someone want one? Like a divorce, an annulment is a court procedure that dissolves, or ends, a marriage. An annulment is different from a divorce in that an annulment treats the marriage like it never happened. Some people still think divorce carries a stigma, so they would rather have their marriage annulled.
Two people fall in love. They have a child. They're happy. Then things start to go south. The relationship ends, and both parents are in pain. One parent wants to get even, to make the other parent feel hurt and lonely and frightened. So the angry parent stops paying child support. After all, you shouldn't
Domestic violence shatters families, and its aftereffects are painful and lingering. There are legal ramifications too. When a couple breaks up after domestic violence has occurred, the abuse can also have an impact on who gets custody of the children. This article will explain what domestic violence
Both Parents Provide Child Support Child support is a monthly payment that parents make to help cover the costs of raising a child. In Nebraska, parents have an equal duty to support their child financially and otherwise. Generally, however, the parent who lives with the child most of the time (called
This article will explain how child support orders are enforced in the State of Nebraska. If you have any questions about child support enforcement after you read this article, you should contact a family law attorney for advice. Child Support Overview In Nebraska, child support is intended to pay for