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March 2016 Archives

Billionaire split sheds light on elements of high-asset divorces

Any time a couple ends a marriage, it can be an incredible strain on both people financially, physically and emotionally. However, when there are considerable assets involved, there is great potential for the divorce to get bitter, contentious and drawn-out.

Helping infants and young children cope with custody exchanges

With another weekend right around the corner, many Omaha parents are preparing to exchange custody of their children. If you are one of these parents, this experience can make you feel stressed and frustrated, no matter how many times you have gone through this transition process.

Don't put off making changes to your estate plan after divorce

Divorce is undoubtedly a major life event. You will have to make some serious changes to your lifestyle, your family and your future plans. With all the adjustments you need to make, it can be easy for some tasks to fall through the cracks. 

What are we supposed to include in our parenting plan?

Parents across Nebraska know that you can only plan so much when it comes to raising kids. It can feel like something unexpected happens every day. However, planning ahead can help you address and/or avoid many foreseeable complications and challenges so it is often wise to have some idea of what you will do in certain situations.

Can The State Save Child Welfare Services?

State Senator Mark Kolterman of Seward sponsored the Child Welfare Services Preservation Act (LB975). The bill that would protect faith-based child placement agencies from losing funding or other adverse actions for declining to work with specific families based on the organizations' religious beliefs.