May 2019 Archives
A previous post on this blog talked about how more people, particularly those in the Millennial generation, are choosing to live together either before marriage or even with no plans to marry at all.
As this blog has discussed before, if a man in Omaha receives a domestic abuse protection order, he should consider taking appropriate legal action to defend himself. In addition to limiting his movement and his ability to contact his spouse or significant other, even if she has custody of his children, many of his other rights may also be affected.
Service members who have children have special considerations that they need to think about if they are in the midst of a child custody case. These are due to the nature of their service and the needs of the children. While it might seem rather daunting to have a custody case in the midst of your time in the military, it doesn't have to be.
As this blog has mentioned on previous occasions, the gateway to an Omaha, Nebraska man getting parental rights to see and have a relationship with his son or daughter involves establishing paternity.
In the discussion about an Omaha, Nebraska father's rights, one point that can easily get lost is the right of a father to have a child support obligation that is both fair to his child and to him.
There is a particularly insidious belief that fathers somehow play a less critical role in the development and mental health of children than mothers do. There is often a cultural bias that expects parenting work from mothers but not fathers. For some time, that may have led to the courts preferring to place children with one parent instead of creating shared custody scenarios.