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November 2019 Archives

Issues that can lead to one parent getting full custody

For the most part, the Nebraska courts try to create custody arrangements in parenting plans that focus on the best interests of the children. In almost all situations, those best interests will involve having a good relationship with both of their parents after the divorce.

The task of proving unseen abuse in a custody dispute

If you ask ten different people what kind of evidence would be permissible in court, you would likely get several different answers. It seems that everyone has their own opinion about what is "legal" when it comes to proving abuse allegations, whether they be verbal or physical.

Protect valuable assets in your divorce

As if a simple divorce is not stressful enough on its own, add to the mix a multitude of high value assets to distribute and the situation immediately becomes much more complex. It is in these types of divorces where tempers will easily flare, and parties may quickly become aggressive.

Tips for the father trying to survive a custody battle

Custody battles are stressful, to say the least, for all parties involved. They can sometimes be even more intense as a father. In some courtrooms, it can be a steep, uphill battle for a father to prove that it would be in the child's best interest for him to be awarded custody. Understandably, the stress of doing so can create much tension and pent up anger. If a father reaches his boiling point and acts on those emotions, he can hurt his chances of a favorable decision. Here, we give you some tips of what not to do while going through a custody battle.

Joint custody helps your child stay healthy

As a divorced father, the biggest question you may ask in a child custody dispute is what is really best for your child. You care about them. You care about their health, wellness and happiness. What can you do to seek that out every step of the way?

A father's ally in the courtroom

It is no secret that in some courtrooms fathers have to work twice as hard to prove their value in a child's life. It is also no secret that implicit bias exists, even in our judicial system. Traditional gender roles in a family often sway a judge's decision when deciding matters such as child custody, visitation, and the best interests of a child. Therefore, wouldn't it make sense to obtain the services of an attorney who is also willing to work twice as hard to prove your parenting fitness?

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