Q: Is there a waiver to waive child support in nebraska if neither party wants it.
If neither parent wants to pay or receive child support and the child lives with a parent, the parents can ask for the child support order to be terminated. This is generally done through filing a motion and order to terminate child support or through a modification action, depending on the facts of the case. The Court may ask for a reason why terminating the child support is in the child's best interests before granting.
If the child is receiving public assistance, then the State is also granted a position on the child support issue. Assuming there is no public assistance in the case, then the request to terminate (or modify to $0) would likely be granted.
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