Brad has practiced for the last decade and handled over 40 trials. He continues to build and expand his skills within his specialty with continuing education and technology to give him an edge on new issues in Divorce and Family Law. He is an excellent communicator providing alternatives with honest, objective potential outcomes.
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Nebraska and Iowa Divorce and Child Custody trial lawyer who primarily handles divorce and child custody cases around Omaha and Elkhorn, Nebraska, Council Bluffs, Iowa and surrounding areas. Over 40+ domestic trials and countless contested hearings appearances for clients. Advocate for parents seeking to preserve their access to their children and their parental rights.
Trained Nebraska Parenting Plan Mediator.
Brad is a local attorney, trained mediator, dedicated father, and relentless advocate for clients with experience before most area Nebraska and Iowa judges and attorneys.
Collaborative Law, Contested Divorce, Military Divorce, Property Division, Same Sex Divorce, Spousal Support & Alimony, Uncontested Divorce
Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Father's Rights, Guardianship & Conservatorship, Paternity, Prenups & Marital Agreements, Restraining Orders, Same Sex Family Law
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Shook Hardy Bacon
University of Nebraska College of Law
J.D. | Law
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Only 2.5% of lawyers are selected for inclusion on the Rising Stars list each year in each state.
A: Nebraska is a no-fault divorce state. If your spouse is no longer willing to work on the marriage, your spouse will ultimately be able to obtain a divorce. Regardless of your the decision your spouse makes, you efforts to continue to seek help should continue. If you have a documented mental illness and unable to support yourself, you could qualify for spousal maintenance under Nebraska Rev. Stat. 42-362. This is not a common thing ordered by the Court and is very factually intensive for the Court to order this type of support. If this is something you want to explore, discuss it with an experienced divorce attorney. Otherwise, the Court will mainly focus on the division of assets and
debts (and child custody and support , if applicable to your situation). ... Read More
A: Hello - Even if the child is 23, if you owe child support money or still owe interest from a past balance paid, any child support debt will continue to accrue interest until paid in full or a receipt is filed by the other parent. The only exception would be if a Court retroactively adjusts child support accrued arising from a pending modification case. It does not sound like that is the case here.
A: As Julie mentioned, you do not need an attorney to seek a temporary parenting plan in a normal divorce or paternity case. However, an attorney will have the expertise and experience to guide you through this process. Your posting makes it seem like there may be an existing court order, which could change how you approach being denied access to the child. Although the specific details of your case will ultimately control who is awarded custody, and how and when someone has access to a child, it is always recommended to protect your legal rights as soon as possible.