Im on probation and my out patient counsoler recommended me for intensive Outpatient Treatment because I missed a few classes I also missed one of those so she then in turn contacted my probate probation officer and told her that I need intensive outpatient treatment she's and made me go to a... Read more »
If there is another treatment program that is a better fit and the person has been accepted into that program, then it is possible to transition a person from one program to the other. The person would want to coordinate with the probation officer to make sure they are also aware of the transfer...Read more »
I can't get ahold of my PD, and haven't been able to for several days. I would like to call the district Court and ask for more info about the plea deal, but I'm not sure if this would harm my case in any way. (Ex. Could this get back to the county attorney somehow)
Our relationship has been bumpy i have no major issues. Besides maybe a slight case of mental abuse. We got past that basically just feel were at a dead end and dont want to leave anything up to chance when it comes to my daughter. I dont wish to keep her drom her dad couldnt if i tried. But cant... Read more »
If the parents are generally on the same page as to what the parenting time should look like when they separate, then mediation can be a really good tool to come up with a parenting plan. The parenting plan could then be incorporated into a custody order. This way, the parties both have something...Read more »
In April 2020 I was contacted by an old ex asking if I would take a dna test of her twin girls. The steer came back that I was their father.Since then the mother is continuously getting into trouble with the law or using the girls to hurt me.She has admitted to knowing she was pregnant before... Read more »
A father can file an action to have paternity legally established. If the Court grants the request, the Court could award the father custody or at least parenting time. The Court would likely also address the financial issues. This would likely include child support. child care expenses, and who...Read more »
My dad passed, my brother removed mom's name so he's the only person on the title. My mother is elderly and she said she didn't know. I was never consulted and found out by looking at the county records. My bother said I can be put on the title but I don't know where to start.
If you are implying that there may have been some type of fraud in removing the mother's name and adding the brother's name to the title, then that needs to be looked into and corrected if necessary first before participating in the brother's willingness to add another name to the...Read more »
My husband is projecting that I could make $ 32,000 although I gave up my career to stay home with our 4 children for 16 years. So he is using that number, but refuses to use the current year for his wages.
The question is probably is it proper, not is it illegal. Even if you agree on the amount of child support, the numbers you use now could affect whether you would qualify for a child support modification in the future. If the Court finds your earning capacity is $32,000 now, it could be very...Read more »
Especially in larger cities in high traffic or high crime areas, it is common for apartments to have a "doorman" that asks for ID if the "doorman" doesn't recognize those coming into the building to protect the property and other tenants.
My boyfriends daughter moved in with us 2 weeks before we gave birth to our son, because her mother was sent to prison. Her mother lost all rights due to lack of visitation leaving him with full custody. I have been a supplement mother to her since she was 4 years old ( she’s now 8 about to turn... Read more »
Generally for a non-parent to gain custody of a child, the person has to show that not only that they are the real or better parent but that the legal parent is unfit. A parent's rights are protected by the Constitution and parental unfitness is a high standard. If the biological parents...Read more »
Lincoln Nebraska Lancaster County. It is my brother& I and he won't respond I'm the eldest & have tried every way called contact his job ,ECT. He's well off & simply doesn't want to deal with it what can I do?
There are a lot of things, including certain motions filed by defense counsel, that toll or waive speedy trial, as well as some special issues related to closures due to Covid-19. You would need to have an attorney review his file to see if his rights under speedy trial were violated or not. If...Read more »
I've been separated from my ex 2 years have 3 kids and he has not been there really at all and pays 500 a month for 3 kids without court order. 2 with disabilities. And currently in trouble with the law. Do I have a strong case and what do u recommend
Are you saying that you were allegedly shoplifting and you would prefer just to pay a fine rather than go to court? Generally, you are required to appear in court when charged with shoplifting. You will want to retain an attorney prior to your first hearing or appear at the hearing and request a...Read more »
It's been 6 months and he's been saying our son's not coming back to Nebraska. We were never married and never established custody rights. Am I able to go get our son and bring him back to Nebraska with me?
I was unaware of the violation until after it took place. My childrens father is allowing his girlfriend back around my kids after he put the restraining order on her a few weeks ago for verbal and physical abuse on the children and himself.
My ex will not allow me to see our 10 yr old daughter. She was married at the time our daughter was born, but living with me. We raised her together. She didn't put my name on the Birth Certificate. Our girl was born in WA State but is now with her mom in NE. Her mother says that her... Read more »
Generally, a court isn't going to award a father any court-ordered parenting time with their child until paternity has been legally established. The statute of limitations for a private party to establish paternity is 4 years. Thus, if the child is over 4 years old and paternity has not been...Read more »
If it is a child support action brought by the State, the Court would likely go forward with entering a child support order against the non-custodial parent even if one or both parties don't show up at the hearing.
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