If you have children and are seeking a divorce in Nebraska, one of the things you will be required to do is to create a parenting plan. This document is required by statute and is expected to be the cooperative result of both parents.
You love your child, but if there are paternity questions coming from you or the child's mother, it can cause serious issues. It is important in those instances for you to be fully aware of your rights and responsibilities. By establishing paternity, you are afforded rights as a parent in Nebraska. Those rights come with responsibilities, and you might have to work to have those rights recognized.