Is that legal first of all. Second my ex wife knows our daughter better than anyone so that is why I would prefer to talk with her. This is not about my ex wife it’s about my daughter. I only find out about my daughters life by asking her questions which she doesn’t really like to answer. Just... Read more »
It isn't clear from your question if the mother of your child is your wife or your ex wife. If she is your ex wife, I assume there is a divorce decree in place that sets forth each parent's parenting time and possibly even a communication protocol. If there is and the mother is not...Read more »
But, there is a special condition that if we are ranchers and own all the land, a 2nd home can be built, so we can "get around" the problem of not being able to build two homes, by not separating the 74 acres into 2 parcels (so we both own the ground), so no real problem so far. But, I... Read more »
Your question is too specific for a general posting board like this. You will want to consult a real estate attorney experienced with farm land issues to see what exceptions might apply in your specific situation.
Child support generally (but not always) terminates when a child begins service in the military. You may want to check the wording of your order. Some orders specifically state child support ends when military service is entered. Depending on the terms of the order, you may need to file a motion...Read more »
My best friend has a 3 year old and was never married to her father. The are no longer together but have not went to court for custody. Does she automatically get temporary custody of the child until the go in front of a judge?
Girl from Bumble listed as 18. Flirtatious photos sent and claims she is almost 17 and lives near the area. Father calls next day threatening 30 years in prison. Counseling fees said need to be paid. ICAC Sergant contacted next day through a text asking to "speak about allegations of being in... Read more »
An "attempt" offense is generally a lesser offense that can still be supported by the same general facts. These are often used as part of plea offer as "attempt" offenses often carry a lesser minimum/maximum sentencing range than the offense itself. Thus, the prosecutor may...Read more »
I owe some back taxes to the IRS from 2009-2012. I haven’t filed taxes since then because I’m 100% service-connected disabled with the VA so my income is tax free. I married my wife in 2016 so she was unaware of my back taxes. — We have been taking care of her taxes by filing ‘injured... Read more »
Your question is too specific for a general posting board like this. The IRS has some of the most powerful tools of all creditors to collect back taxes. That being said, there are certain exemptions that they cannot garnish from. Even if your income is exempt, your assets may not be or may only...Read more »
We got the dog when his uncles dog had puppies. We didn't pay for the dog and she has always lived with me. I have had the dog since he passed away, almost 2 years ago. I'm looking into licensing her, I'm not sure if she already is or not. I just want to make sure that there's... Read more »
In Nebraska, a dog is personal property, just like any item in your home. Unless there are ownership papers that someone else owns the dog, the person who the dog lives with is generally the dog's owner. If the dog has ownership papers in one person's name but has lived with another...Read more »
You can file such, but just having 6 months of no contact is not an automatic grant of a termination of parental rights request due to abandonment. It is a very high bar for the Court to terminate parental rights.
When hired the agreement was use of personal vehicle and a fee per delivery. After obtaining corporate vehicles they’re requiring use (when available). Meaning who drives them is a matter of scheduling making this policy seem potentially discriminatory
Generally a company can have a policy that prohibits employees from using a personal vehicle for work-related activities and requiring to use a corporate vehicle. If there is actual discrimination in the work place, you may want to report such to the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission. There...Read more »
His father pays child support none of which we see.She uses it as her income. His father has had nothing to do with him in years. My daughter has 3 other children but only 2 of them live with her. Can I get legal custody of him? Every time she gets mad she threatens to take him Away.My grandson... Read more »
If a non-parent wants custody of child that has been living with them, the most common process to obtain custody is to file for a guardianship action to ask for custody of the child. You generally need to show that the parents are unfit in order for the Court to award you custody if a biological...Read more »
Have you looked at the Nebraska Equal Opportunities Commission website? There is information there to help you find if behavior was not legal and for you to file a formal complaint with the NEOC if you believe there was.
As long as the child support is owed to you (not assigned to the State or a different payee), you can usually sign a receipt to write off the back child support. If you contact your local child support office or local clerk, they may have a preferred form for you to do this. Generally the form...Read more »
To obtain custody of a child when you are not the parent, you generally need to file a guardianship action with the county court. Generally the Court is not going to grant a non-parent custody unless it is shown that the parents are legally unfit to care for their child. This is a very high...Read more »
I'm making a move to Nebraska from PA for college. I get medical assistance for my son and thats it. My sons father is not involved at all and I don't get child support either I never did. Now I had someone tell me the only way I can get daycare and medical assistance is if I am getting... Read more »
My brother was out on bond on a felony charge, and forgot to appear in court. He has never done this before. Court was at 930 am. He was arrested at 2:00 pm for failure to appear. I read ne rev statute 29-908, and it says you have 3 days to surrender yourself before being charged. Would that apply... Read more »
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