She is 4 payments behind and has a variety of reasons why she won't pay so I got a lawyer to send a demand letter. She has not responded to this either. I was wondering what the possible outcomes are on this? I can file a breach of contract suit obviously but what are the usual outcomes on... Read more »
If someone has post release supervision filed to be revoked, what is used to determine any sentence? If someone had it filed to be revoked in May, got it continued until this month and is going to have it revoked end of the month, sentenced in Dec, does it start from when it was filed to be... Read more »
Hello - Even if the child is 23, if you owe child support money or still owe interest from a past balance paid, any child support debt will continue to accrue interest until paid in full or a receipt is filed by the other parent. The only exception would be if a Court retroactively adjusts child...Read more »
If it is an original action (not a modification of a prior order), then the Court will normally allow the parties to set the case for a temporary hearing. You are not required to have an attorney to assist you with a custody case. However, you are still held to the same court rules and procedures...Read more »
If you want to search for cases that have been filed against a specific party in Nebraska, you can search the Court cases by party name. You can do this online through the case files available on the Nebraska Judicial Branches website. If you want to look at case specific information beyond party...Read more »
Not updated at all. It's mostly wear an tear. Besides the window I accidentally broke due to birds being in the inside an banister as well. My deposit should cover the damages so I'm confused. An also for over 2 Year I've been having leaks from my bathroom down into my living room I... Read more »
Goal is reunification with mother who is trying to stay clean but avoiding treatment. Failed 3 urinalysis. Father has placement but still pays child support and currently given no daycare assistance financially or any assistance otherwise. Father looking for help financially but barely over FPL cut... Read more »
A Nebraska attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney as to state-specific insurance practices, the short answer is that they do not usually have to, as protocol followed in most places nationwide. Insurance...Read more »
My 18 year old daughter moved from Nebraska, where she is considered a minor at age 18, to Kentucky, where she is considered an adult, do I still need to go through court proceedings to emancipate her in order to stop paying child support on her? Neither her mother, nor I support her monetarily.... Read more »
Check your child support order. Most include the language that child support continues until the minor child attains the age of majority, dies, marries, joins the military or is "otherwise no longer dependent upon the parents for support". You should be able to file a quick Complaint to...Read more »
For contempt, the Judge must first determine the threshold question of whether the facts as stated in the Application or Motion for Contempt or Order to Show Cause would make a prima facie case for contempt. If so s/he will sign the Order. If not, s/he will decline to sign the Order. If the Order...Read more »
Yes. If the party that is owed the money wants to forgive the child support debt, the Court will generally allow it. If the party who is owed the money doesn't want to write it off, then your options are often limited and you may likely need to start making payments towards the debt.
I bought a carfrom a lady we both counted the money and then proceeded to write up bill of sale and sign the title the next day cops came and took my car and said the lady said I gave her fake money they checked the money in my wallet and seen I had no fake money I had just recently sold some land... Read more »
You need to speak with your criminal defense attorney about your best options. If I have a client who states they are innocent, I prepare the case for trial and try to gather the evidence to prove the client is innocent. If the client ultimately decides to take a plea deal instead of going to...Read more »
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