Paying Child Support & Alimony During COVID-19

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By Jadelyne LongLitigation Attorney, Cordell & Cordell Companies are laying off and furloughing employees across the county, with those furloughed unsure that they will be employed after the stay-at-home order is lifted in their state. These are common concerns many of our clients at Cordell & Cordell have presented us

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Surgery Without One Parent’s Consent

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Question: I have a shared parenting agreement with my ex-wife who recently decided to have surgery performed on our 6-year-old son without my consent. In our divorce decree it says that unless it is an emergency, it needs to be discussed and if we don’t agree then it needs to

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Sen. Karpisek Discusses Nebraska’s Custody Laws

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Nebraska, like many states, remains behind the curve in regards to its child custody laws. Noncustodial parents in the state, which tend to be fathers, are given an average of just five days per month with their children, according to a decade-long analysis by the State Court Administrator’s office that

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Divorce Dilemma: Working With Your Attorney

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By Dad “X”  In my last column, I discussed the shock and trauma even the strongest of men face when divorce is initiated. Now that the shock is over, it’s time to get serious and work for the best, fairest divorce decree and custody arrangement possible under the law, and

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Child Support Review When Expecting A Baby

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Question: My child support is eligible for review this month to be increased. My wife and I are also expecting a baby in five months. Is there a way to delay the review until after our child is born so that the court will take into account that I now

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The Biochemical Changes Of Fatherhood

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The hormonal changes mothers experience during pregnancy and while raising children are well-known. But now, new research is being produced showing the changes expecting and new fathers experience. In the last month, two new studies were released that suggest men experience hormonal changes similar to women throughout the parenting process.

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