One of the most cost-effective ways to enforce child support is to contact the child support office in the county where the order was entered. If that doesn't work, there are a number of other methods to enforce a child support order. This includes contempt actions and garnishments, among others.
I am not on the birth certificate. The child is 13 years old. Previous father was taken off the birth certificate recently due to dna test, but is still in the childs life. I have also been in the childs life and provided for them with shelter, clothes, school supplies etc. The mother is... Read more »
A court can order a party to take a DNA paternity test in a pending paternity/child support case. The Court can enter an order of sanctions, including a default order finding to be the father, if a parent doesn't follow the order for DNA paternity testing. If found to be the child's...Read more »
If a party is not following a divorce decree, one of the most common methods to enforce this is to file a show cause/contempt action to asks the court's assistance in enforcing the Court Decree. If the Court finds the failure to follow the order to be willful, the Court can hold the party in...Read more »
My son pays for her apartment. Part of the agreement was she watches the baby during the day so my son can work. She often calls and says she can’t because she is sick I believe she’s out on tinder dates If I can prove she is not wanting to watch her own child so she can be out and about,... Read more »
Child custody determinations are very fact specific. A parent's involvement or lack of involvement with their child, as well as logistical considerations, are often taken into account when determining custody. If your son hasn't retained an attorney, he should do so asap.
My husband has an ex wife and on a page of their divorce decree it says “ if applicable her name should be restored to her former name” but then at the bottom page it say “ if applicable her former name is restored” does that mean she changed it back to her maiden name or does she still... Read more »
Sometimes you will see a divorce decree that gives the wife the ability to restore her maiden name. In such a case, the wife after the divorce has the option to use the decree to have her named changed back to her maiden name. If she doesn't do so within a relatively short period of time...Read more »
I am 16 about to be 17 and I recently ran away from home and I have been keeping contact with my mom and she knows where I've been at but still doesn't want to take off my missing persons report, I have her consent and proof of it but she still tries to force me home.
A parent can contact law enforcement when their child is a runaway. Often a child is still considered a runaway even if the parent knows where the child is but can't get the child back to the parent's home. A person who is harboring a runaway can have criminal charges brought against...Read more »
Marital assets are divided between the spouses, often 50/50. Just because an asset is titled in one party's name, doesn't mean it isn't a marital asset. If there was property inherited by one party during the marriage and kept separate, it likely won't be considered marital....Read more »
If a man hits a woman first, and she hits him back as self defense, and he continues to beat her until she is bruised all over the face with a fat lip and black eyes, is he committing domestic abuse ? He initiated the fight, and then proceeded to beat her all because she attempted to defend... Read more »
A defense to an assault charge is self-defense. If the party's actions were to defend against an attack, they have a defense against the charge. Self-defense doesn't mean a party can take any action to defend. For example, a party couldn't leave the scene and then come back with a...Read more »
The Court can order one party to pay another party's attorney fees and appeals court can change that decision on appeal. What is due between the attorney and the client depends on what is in the fee agreement between the client and attorney. Unless the agreement is for a contingent fee...Read more »
I work at a gym and I started in early February. During the first couple of weeks I probably worked about 25-30 hours. Because I was not in their system yet, I had to clock in and out using time sheets instead of their online system. After the third payday of me being there, we get paid every 2... Read more »
The Nebraska Wage Payment and Collection Act is designed to help protect workers who are not paid for hours worked. It generally provides for the employer to be ordered to pay the attorney fees if the employee is successful. Thus, attorneys are generally more willing to take these cases in...Read more »
It depends the origins of the no contact order and how you are related to the no contact order. If you are the victim, generally you contact the victim-witness department in the County attorney's office and request the no contact order be dropped. It is ultimately up to the judge whether to...Read more »
She has primary custody but neither of the kids want to live with her. They are afraid if she finds out they told me before action is taken that she will be more abusive towards them. Their grandparents can confirm what they are saying and I have several texts from the kids as well.
I read it is required by law that any real estate ad must state the owner, the broker, and the name of the company on ALL online ads (i.e. Facebook and Instagram). But I am just a private investor. So is this legal for me to post "home/land wanted" ads?
Have you tried contacting the Nebraska Real Estate Commission and/or reviewing their website? There is a lot of user friendly information that helps property owners/property investors know what rules to apply to them. If there isn't a clear answer, you may need to retain an attorney for...Read more »
hi, my child support case is out of Minnesota. With my tax returns, Minnesota collected the remaining 1981.00 that was due. The case has been closed for almost a year. After Minnesota collected the 1981.00 from taxes, they failed to notify the irs that the debt was paid, and to remove my name from... Read more »
If your case is out of Minnesota, you need to contact the child support office in Minnesota and then an attorney licensed in Minnesota if the child support office can't assist you in having the funds returned to you. You may want to act quickly. In Nebraska, funds are distributed fairly soon...Read more »
I was accused of breaking my own door and was accused of having the snake here thr whole time when it wasnt. Then it magically appeared in my place in a toy box. I'm being charge with false reporting and trying to set my ex up when I was telling the truth. He claims my stories dont match up... Read more »
If you need assistance in defending against a criminal charge, you should request a public defender or hire a criminal defense attorney to assist you. From the facts you describe, you may have a good defense against the charge.
Yes. Child support in Nebraska generally continues to the age of 19 years old. It is common for child support to continue even when the child is living out of the home, such as when a child is living in the dorms at college but the parent is still helping support the child. That being said, the...Read more »
an incident from 1978 in which I was detained in Omaha, Nebraska and the following day I was released with no charges, not arrested, they gave me no paperwork. Now customs are asking for paperwork to show there were no arrest or charges. I googled my name and shows no arrests ever, how do I get... Read more »
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