State never bothered to see if Adoption was final before Divorce of Custodial parent and Adoptee. $50 A month From June 2011 - July 2020 = State owes me correct? I was in contempt three times and served over 6 months in jail two of the three times, the 1st time I payed over $2500 To be released,... Read more »
The burden is technically on the parent whose rights were terminated to file the motion to terminate child support. That being said, if the State received the money due to a child support assignment due to some type of public assistance, you may have a right to have it reimbursed. If the...Read more »
We broke up for a while at that time child support was started. We have reconciled and have been living together in a committed relationship since may 2018. We want to stop the support but are having problems doing so
Did Child Support Services assist you with establishing the child support order? If so, they will likely assist you with terminating the order. However, if you are receiving public assistance, he will likely need to show that the father has moved back into the public assistance household or they...Read more »
Your question is too specific for a general posting board like this. What language makes sense in a case depends on the overall facts of the case. You would have to consult with your attorney directly.
She attends college and lives in the dorms from mid August to May. My ex was given the right to claim her on his taxes as a dependent every year. This year she lived in the dorm from Jan-March. My new husband and I moved her from college to her dad’s in March where she stayed until the beginning... Read more »
Once the child is an adult, the custody order regarding exemptions and the child care tax credit generally no longer governs. You would likely need to talk to your tax professional to see what you would need to do to qualify to claim another adult as a dependent.
I moved out of my apartment on 5/31 (the end of the lease) and now they are sending me a bill for $2,700 because apparently I was required to give 60 day notice to move out. Is there anything a I can do to dispute this?
Often a lease requires a certain amount of notice to terminate. If the period of time is reasonable, such as the Court may say 30 or 60 days as reasonable notice, then the Court will generally enforce a lease agreement entered into between the parties that requires the tenant to give 60 days...Read more »
My sister reached out to me about adopting her two children. She is unfit to care for them no job, different homes, alcohol abuse, and has been sexual abuse from one father. He has a restrainging order against his child. The other childs father wants nothing to do with him niether father pays child... Read more »
If there is no involvement from child protective services or a similar organization and no one is objecting to the adoption, then it is generally just a matter of completing the paperwork and the formalities for the adoption to go through.
Once a custody order is entered, a parent generally needs a specific order from the Court to move the children out of state. If the move is within the State, the parent doesn't generally need court permission to move. That being said, if the move is such that it creates a material change in...Read more »
My Father lived in Omaha Nebraska. His long standing primary care physician did annual PSA tests on my father as his father died from prostate cancer. In approximately February 2017, during annual exam my father had his PSA drawn. The result was critical as it had spiked and Medical standards... Read more »
I'm sorry for your family's ordeal and that your post remains open for three weeks. Your question was probably overlooked in the Personal Injury category. You could repost under Medical Malpractice and reach out to med mal attorneys. Most offer free initial consults. Good luck
There is a statute of limitation for paternity in Nebraska of 4 years old. That being said, there are a number of work-arounds, such as asking the State to file a paternity action as the State has until 18 years old to file for paternity. Further, if there is a child support order established or...Read more »
Yes, if a bond amount is required, a bond amount will be set for DUI and driving under revocation. Depending on the specific charge, he could be released on his own recognizance and thus no dollar amount of bond set.
We have NOT had any sexual contact, the Extent has only been hugs and hand holding, if there was consent could i be charged for anything? i just want to be informed and not charged because of ignorance, I would much rather be safe than sorry especially in such a touchy subject as this one. Thanks... Read more »
To ask for the custody order to be modified, the general process is to file a Complaint to Modify to ask for the change in custody. You have to state a material change in circumstances that show why the change in custody is in the minor child's best interests.
Approx. twenty years ago my father, xxx, invented the multi-bevel needle for Becton-Dickinson. He worked there for 37 years & has since retired. They named him the "Founding Father of the Five-Bevel Needle". All he received for this was a satin jacket with this embroidered on it.... Read more »
Congratulations to your father for making a real contribution to an important medical device.
As a general rule, when you are paid to invent, then company expects that the fruits of your work belong to the company. Normally, you sign agreements or consent to company policies as a part of...Read more »
It depends on the facts of the case and alternative service methods are sometimes allowed. The focus is generally on trying to give the parent actual notice of the case pending and if not that, at least constructive notice that an action has been filed.
He was retired. His employer confirmed his ex is not listed as beneficiary and that his next of kin need to waive their rights to it for her to get it. She insists she was at one time, but assumes the employer messed up and failed to enter her name into the system. His next of kin are 2 sisters... Read more »
You can file a legal separation action in Nebraska. It is similar to a divorce action in that it addresses property, debt, and child custody issues, but it is different in that the parties remain legally married. Thus, when someone says they are legally separated and mean it in the technical...Read more »
My lawyer wants to do depositions, she got an approval from the judge. I dont want to do that because itll be more trouble. I just want to move to a different step or just asl for a plea deal. Can they do that if I request them to?
The party that requested the deposition can generally cancel the deposition. Whether this is in your best interest is another issue. If the prosecutor requested the deposition (or both parties requested it), then the defense generally can't just cancel the deposition. The prosecutor...Read more »
For a violation of probation, you can generally be sentenced up to the maximum jail time allowed under the original offense convicted of. Thus, if a person was convicted of a misdemeanor, the maximum jail time is generally the maximum jail time allowed for the misdemeanor, even if the original...Read more »
Many counties post their active warrants on their county sheriff's website. You could also do a case search on the Nebraska Judicial Department website if you believe the warrant is in Nebraska. https://supremecourt.nebraska.gov/e-services
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