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Couples in Omaha who no longer want to be married sometimes want to know whether they should seek a divorce or annulment. People often think that an annulment is preferable to a divorce for different reasons. Sometimes those reasons are based on the person’s religion,...read more
Although domestic partnership agreements are not legally recognized in Nebraska, there are ways to legally protect your rights when parties agree to cohabit without one of these agreements. As more and more individuals are choosing to live together and raise a...read more
What Can a Child Custody Lawyer in Omaha Do? An Omaha lawyer experienced in child custody cases can help you get the custody arrangement that's in the best interest of your child. If you're going through a divorce and you have children, you and your spouse will need...read more
In many states, driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be used interchangeably, while in some, a DUI and a DWI are slightly different offenses for driving while drunk or on drugs. In any case, DUI vs DWI in Nebraska both mean that a...read more