April 2019 Archives
A previous post on this blog talked about how men in Nebraska, for a number of reasons including divorce, may need to get an estimate on the value of their share in a family business or other small enterprise.
As this blog has discussed previously, Nebraska law has been written in such a way to strongly encourage parents in this state to iron out their differences regarding custody and parenting time and to submit a detailed parenting plan to the court hearing their case.
Raising your child separately from their other parent can cause a great deal of interpersonal friction within your family. This sometimes leads to unacceptable behavior that neither parent should tolerate.
Many men in the Omaha area provide for their families in part by buying additional properties and then either re-selling them or renting them to tenants. These properties may be other homes in Douglas County or Sarpy County, or they may be commercial property.
In general, a Nebraska divorce will be governed by the property division and child custody and visitation laws of this state. However, for those many men and women who are serving their country in the Omaha area, their divorce or legal separation may involve some unique complications because of their active duty status.
Going through a divorce or separation can be emotionally demanding for a child. No matter their age, they may feel torn between their parents and made to feel that they have to choose between the two. Additionally, the information they hear from one parent may influence them to turn against the other.