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When It Comes to your Child Custody Case in Divorce

When It Comes to your Child Custody Case in Divorce

Kids always want to please both of their parents, and this is never truer when it comes to divorce. Often, when a child is with his mother, he will tell her, “I want to live with you.” Then when he is with his dad, he will say the same thing. Unfortunately, when this happens, it gets in the way of working through the child custody issues related to the divorce in a healthy way.

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Who Keeps the Home in Your Divorce?

Who Keeps the Home in Your Divorce?

The question of who is going to keep the primary family home is almost always at the heart of a divorce negotiation in Omaha (and throughout Nebraska). Besides being an emotional touchstone, the house you shared is frequently the most valuable asset in an estate.

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Divorce Options

Divorce Options

If you had to re-create the wheel and set up a system for divorcing parties–dividing up their property and debts, and developing a time-sharing arrangement for their children–would your first thought be to send the parties to a person neither party has ever met and authorize that person to make all of the decisions on how to divide their things and split time with their children?

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Empowering Questions

Empowering Questions

Experts agree: the emotional and financial upset of a divorce has a long-term effect on your personal well-being, a grief that can feel on par with the death of a loved one. To this I humbly propose a radical question: How can your divorce be the best thing that ever happened to you?

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Divorce Mediation

In a mediated divorce, one attorney handles your case and acts as a neutral third party. He or she represents neither you nor your spouse and provides no legal advice but helps both of you work toward a resolution of your case. The process is flexible and confidential, and it keeps you and your spouse in control of your divorce and out of court.

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