February 2019 Archives
As this blog has discussed on previous occasions, victims of physical abuse have the option of obtaining a protection order from a court in Nebraska that can help protect both them and their children. This is of course important when abuse has actually occurred.
To continue our discussion of the different types of protection orders available in Nebraska, a protection order for domestic abuse may well be the type of protection order that is most widely known to Omaha residents.
Going on vacation with your children is a fun experience, but it will take special considerations if you and their mom aren't in a relationship any longer. Even if you have the travel plans made, there is another facet of the vacation that you have to think about – memories.
A recent analysis of Census data suggests that dads may have made some progress, albeit slight, in showing courts that they are willing to and capable of being strong parental figures for their children. The study showed that there are, as of 2017, about 24 million children and teens under 18 living in a single parent home. Of those 24 million, over 50 percent of them, that is, 15 million, were residing with the mother.
A previous post on this blog talked about how men in Omaha and, for that matter, throughout Nebraska can sign an acknowledgement of paternity in lieu of going through formal DNA testing to establish paternity.
When an Omaha, Nebraska, couple gets divorced, they are both going to have to navigate through some financial obstacles. After all, assuming they will live in separate homes, they each will have to handle all household expenses on their own, without the income or help of their former spouse. There are other ways in which divorce is costly as well.