If the employer requests and your answer is untruthful, you could potentially be terminated for not being truthful on your application. Further, if the employer does a background check and it shows the conviction, you are not likely to get the job for not being honest on your application. They...View More
These judgements I never knew existed until I applied for an FHA loan. The oldest released in '98 and only has my SS# on it with my brother's name and his wife. Other judgements I can't make heads and tails out of. Would these fall under statute of limitations and how can I remove... View More
It depends on what you mean by judgments. Are these court case judgments? If so, you may need to review the court file(s) to see what you could do to challenge them at this time. Are these on your credit report? Sometimes things get improperly reported and you can send in proof to the credit...View More
I'm not sure which law specifically you are looking for. It could be one of several.
You might want to take a look at the Nebraska Indian Child Welfare Act (Nebraska Revised Statutes 43-1501 to 43-1517). You could also take a look at the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and...View More
Had prior back issues but never neck issues. Doctor said ct scan yesterday showed post traumatic neck pain due to injury and the only injury to my neck is the uber. Have degenerative disc's in spine in neck area and straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. Which causes more pain ontop of... View More
Are the medical bills, anticipated medical bills related to injury due to the accident, and lost wages expected to be more than $1,400? Is there any compensation for pain and suffering? Does the total still equal $1,400 or less even with some compensation for pain and suffering? Depending on...View More
I agree with the other attorney. You can call the non-emergency law enforcement phone number and make a police report if you believe a crime has occurred. You can also speak with the executor of the estate and they can file a motion within the probate case to ask the Court to enter an order...View More
There isn't a specific time limit to file a contempt action. However, if you don't act on enforcing your rights, you may waive them after a period of time. There isn't a set time period and it depends on the specific facts of the case. Depending on your judge, the next available...View More
If you have enough grounds to bring a cause of action against the employer for the termination, then part of your court case could include asking for records, deposing witnesses, etc. for more information as to the termination.
If you were an at-will employee and it is just curiousity, then...View More
A temporary delegation of parental powers can be revoked at any time by the parent and is not necessarily enforceable on the other parent if both parents didn't sign. Even if both parents have signed one, either can revoke it at any time for any reason.
Does vacation have to be 15 days in a row? Can one parent take 15 days total on the others parenting time split over the year? Do the parents have to switch off if a holiday in the parenting agreement causes one parent to have the child over 15 days?
For an answer how to read your specific decree, you need to speak with an attorney and read the decree and parenting plan together as a whole. Just reading one snippet and not knowing the background on your case could result in you interpretting something very different from how the Court might...View More
The child support office is part of the government, or a contractor for the government. The child support office is required to do things like enforce child support orders, among other tasks. This means that they can send an income withholding to garnish wages for child support, among other...View More
My cousin bought a car in Iowa but lives in Nebraska. Recently got pulled over and fined for not having insurance. They were was told they should’ve had it before even leaving the dealerships. It wasn’t a requirement for her to have it before leaving the dealership in Iowa, so is there no grace... View More
Your question is currently posted in Nebraska. In Nebraska, you have to have insurance on your vehicle in order to drive it on a public road. Thus, it is the standard for a party to contact their insurance company to make sure their insurance is active before they drive the vehicle off the lot...View More
You don't have a right to write off the interest owed even if only interest is due at this time. The party that it is owed to may be willing to write it off or agree to a lump sum payment to write off the rest. You would need to contact the party that it is owed to in order to request they...View More
As far as I know, there isn't a form for this. This is something that you would have to draft on your own or hire an attorney to draft for you. If you are looking to register a custody order in the State of Nebraska, Nebraska Rev. Statute Section 43-1252 has some information regarding the...View More
The neighbor a mean old lady has been hassing me I complained to my manager at the apartment but she said she's lived here 5 yrs and she doesn't believe me I sent her an email she did nothing then when I went to office to complain she basically said I was a liar well Friday my package was... View More
How does the Decree state to divide the property? It would be unusual, but possible, for the parties to remain owners of the property post-Decree without a plan to separate the real estate. However, usually your divorce decree will state either that the property is sold and proceeds divided in...View More
Generally the action is filed in the county where the children are residing, assuming that they live in the county that has jurisdiction over them (which is likely). You generally contact an attorney that is licensed where you want/need to file the court action. It is usually filed by filing a...View More
Grand kids and I am very close to the oldest because I practically raised her the first 6 years. We used to face time every night then it just stopped and my daughter won’t tell me why. It’s hurting me and I’m sure my grand daughter. Can I take her to court for visitation and phone contact?
Yes, we do have a cause of action for grandparent visitation rights in Nebraska. One factor is the strength of the relationship between the child and grandparent. Thus, you don't want to go too long without consistent contact with the grandchild or the Court may become less likely to grant...View More
Generally, property that was purchased in the marriage is marital. However, if a pre-marital asset or pre-marital funds were used to purchase the property during the marriage, then that part of the property may be a pre-marital asset. The burden is on the spouse arguing that the asset is...View More
They both have legal custodial and physical custody with the father having 4 out of 7 days giving him primary custodial care. He went to jail for domestic violence against his girlfriend and 4 accounts of misdemeanors for the children. His mom is there now and we think she is trying to get... View More
The first question when dealing with interstate issues is usually jurisdiction. Generally, the Court that entered the original order is the Court that continues to handle the custody case until both parents have moved from that state. Thus, if the order was issued in State A and there is at least...View More
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