Most parents want what is best for their child. For some parents, getting this means having to go to court to get court orders reflecting what is best for the child. Think about the Kelly Rutherford case that we discussed last week. The actions of the children's father are preventing Rutherford from having her children in the United States.
Many child custody cases aren't as complex as the Rutherford case, but even if your case is complex, we can still help you. We can look into the facts of each individual case to let you know how the law applies to your specific case.
When it comes to your children, you probably want to spend as much time as possible with them. You might want to take action if your child's other parent is stopping you from being able to do that. We know that you might be concerned about how the time away from your child is affecting your relationship.
We can help you fight for the best interests of your child. If you and your child's other parent can resolve your issues through mediation, we can help you with that process. If the issues are too serious or the differences in opinion are too great, we can help you resolve the issues through the family court system.
You don't have to go through everything on your own. Instead, you can count on us to walk with you through the process. We can work with you to help you learn about what the court considers when determining child custody matters in Nebraska.