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April 2020 Archives

Worried about your kids? Ask for more custody time

You love your child, and you want to do what's right for them. You aren't so sure that your ex-partner is doing all she should be doing for them. Every time you go online, she's denigrating you. Every time you open a message from her, she's asking for money or saying what a bad parent you are.

A divorce may be worth much more than the cost

Divorce used to be rarer in the United States and many other places for a lot of reasons. Courts often needed a specific legal reason to grant one, like adultery or deception about not being previously married. A social stigma was often exacted in small communities when people could not work out their differences.

What do I do after receiving a protection order?

If you are served with a protection order, you probably have a lot of questions right away. Unfortunately, the officer who shows the order for the first time is rarely the person to ask. It may make the most sense to give these questions to a lawyer who can help represent your interests.

The relationship with your ex can impact your children

Being a non-custodial father is a challenging situation, especially in today's society in which fathers are usually very involved in their child's life. Fathers who find themselves in this position need to remember that building the relationship with their children should remain the focus.

Why would fathers need to prove they are fathers?

When you love a child, you don't much care what your specific relationship to one is beyond knowing who is family. This connection may be most common in biological parents in a marriage, but there are all sorts of modern ways that families come together or work together while they are apart.

Parenting plans can work out the future for parents and children

Fathers have the same rights as mothers under Nebraska law when it comes to child custody or visitation. The main priority of a court ruling on these issues is the best interests of the child. So, parents often have to show that the lifestyle that they can offer is the best for developing a young life.

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