The last hearing was when the child was 10
answered on Mar 20, 2023
That depends. You may not believe anything needs to change and you can file a General Denial type Answer to require the moving party to prove their allegations. Or you may also want to allege a different set of material and substantial circumstances that have changed and request a different... Read more »
A state worker who don't do her job right and don't communicate with her client when it comes to her children. Not helping to point client the right direction in life to do better for the children.
answered on Mar 16, 2023
If you are experiencing issues with a state worker who is not performing their job duties as required, there are several steps you can take:
Contact the worker's supervisor: The first step you can take is to reach out to the worker's supervisor to report the issues you are having.... Read more »
answered on Jan 26, 2023
If you live in Nebraska, the age of majority is 19 years old. Thus, an 18 year in Nebraska is generally still in the legal custody of their parents. One exception to this would be if the 18 year old is legally emancipated by court order.
I've asked the state to step in and help me multiple times last year to try and get my mentally ill child in a facility cause I'm frustrated with trying to deal with her psychological behaviors so last week was the last straw and I emailed the hotline and told them if they don't help... Read more »
answered on Feb 16, 2023
The Nebraska Supreme Court has put together a number of pamphlets that help explain the juvenile court system process. It includes what the first hearing will likely be like.
Is it true that evidence brought up during a mediation cannot be brought up in court before a judge. Since i know my ex and i wont be able to agree during mediation.
answered on Jan 10, 2023
At trial, you can generally testify as to what the other party said to you. One exception to this is usually that comments that a person said to you as part of a formal mediation session are not allowed to be disclosed in Court.
Thus, generally yes, statements made in mediation are... Read more »
The house is in his name, but I’ve cleaned, maintained and furnished it since he bought it (3 years ago, (we’ve been together for 6) and also have stayed home to take care of our son his life this far. Partner pays the mortgage and some utilities, I pay for and take care of everything else. He... Read more »
answered on Dec 30, 2022
If you don't own the property, the landlord can evict you, even if your landlord is your significant other. If you are married, the rules apply differently as you generally have marital rights to the property even if you are not on the title. The landlord would need to follow the proper... Read more »
My sons mother has a temporary custody order for my son how longdoes that temporary order last in nebraska??
answered on Dec 19, 2022
If it is an ex parte order, it generally only lasts until the hearing date that is generally set soon after the ex parte order is entered (usually within about 10 days).
If it is a temporary order in a protection order case, then it often states it lasts only a certain period of time, such... Read more »
Am I able to self file to ask the judge for a temporary parenting plan? As my ex spouse has completely cut me out of our daughter's life and I'd like to have time with her during the proceedings.
answered on Nov 3, 2022
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 »
answered on Oct 24, 2022
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 »
I called the cops and they say it's a civil matter even though I have legal custody of my son we've been through Court
answered on Jun 11, 2022
There are a number of options here depending on the specific circumstances of your case. Law enforcement is sometimes the last resort. Sometimes law enforcement won't assist without a further court order. Depending on the circumstances, you may need to get an order stating that law... Read more »
She works at the same school he attends and she either keeps him home when she doesn't want to go to work or when she does go she takes him out 2-3 hours early when she leaves. I've talked to the assistant principal and she told me she's talked with my ex wife, but she gets the... Read more »
answered on Apr 6, 2022
A child's education is one of the major factors that the judge considers when determining custody or a change in custody. The Court will likely take a big picture approach. If the child is struggling academically and is missing a lot of class for unexcused reasons, then the Court could use... Read more »
I have full custody of my son, and his mother only has visitation rights at my discretion, and the maternal grandmother wants visitation. My son was molested while in the care of his mother, and his mother was and is an alcoholic in an abusive relationship with a history of DV. My son’s... Read more »
answered on Mar 31, 2022
A grandparent can file for visitation rights in Nebraska if they meet specific criteria. Whether the Court will grant visitation rights or not depends on the overall facts of the case and whether the grandparent meets the criteria.
The set of statutes on this starts at Neb. Rev. Stat.... Read more »
But he now thinks he is allowed to sign up our 3 year old for Montessori preschool 5 days a week all the way across town and at $150 a week. I currently work from home and all of my parenting time with my son is spent with him. I have been lucky enough to be able to be at home throughout my... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2022
This answer to your question depends on the specific wording of your Order and the specific circumstances of your case. Did the Judge know this was the dispute when the Judge granted the father "final say"? If so, the answer to your question may be much different than if this was... Read more »
answered on Mar 17, 2022
That would be very unusual, but it might be okay in special circumstances. For example, filed in the wrong court without jurisdiction, etc.
Will it be more beneficial for him to go to court and establish a custody agreement? Is there a chance he could receive full custody if he has a full time job/place to live/clean record?
answered on Jan 7, 2022
Generally, the State of Nebraska initiates child support actions if a parent seeks state benefits and no support is in place. Once that case is opened, if there is no custody/parenting time order and he would like to have one, he will want to make sure the mother is added as a party and file an... Read more »
In 2018 I my childs dad took me to court for more time with out son, he also wanted child support modified at that time too. We agreed on a parenting plan that gave him a few extra days and week on/off in the summer. I was at a place in my life where I didn't need the full amount of child... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2022
Maybe, depending on whether there is a material and substantial change in circumstances that would result in support going up or down by more than 10%, including a change in incomes, expenses for the child, etc. You will want to visit with an attorney about your specific facts on this though as the... Read more »
And the courts claims no justification as they are from Nebraska. What are some of my options. My daughter is willing to give me custody if needed. I am able to care and provide for them if need be.
answered on Jan 6, 2022
A court has to have jurisdiction to go forward with a court case. Sometimes when children are involved, there needs to be a determination as to which state gets to decide the custody and/or placement issues. There are specific rules as to how courts determine which state gets to hear the case... Read more »
Father is telling 4 year old daughter that he's going to keep her and she'll never see her mom again.
answered on Nov 12, 2021
If you believe a child is being abused or neglected in Nebraska, then you have a legal duty to report the abuse to the Nebraska child abuse hotline. In Nebraska, everyone is a mandatory reporter.
If the parents don't agree on how much time, if any, the child should spend with either... Read more »
In my case , instead of State , the plaintiff ( bio dad) has brought a paternity suite in his own capacity using NE statute 43-1411. The children were born during marriage of my wife and myself. We do not have any divorce decree entered. 43-1411 allows state/alleged father/mother to file paternity... Read more »
answered on Sep 22, 2021
When a child is born during the marriage, there is a marital presumption that the child born during the marriage is a child of the marriage. If the parties remain married, they could object to a third party trying to establish paternity and argue that the marital presumption prevents the third... Read more »
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