Child Custody In Nebraska

The questions of what is the best custodial arrangement for you and your children and whether you ought to fight for what you believe is the best encompass more than the mere consideration of your "rights" or the financial cost of such a bid. Though these, of course, are of great importance, understanding what exactly you are fighting for and the effect of that fight on your children (and you) also must be considered.

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At Higgins Law, we will ensure that you understand the differences and similarities between such custody designations as "joint custody," "sole custody," "split custody," "legal custody" and "physical custody," their impact on each parent's support obligation, and the likelihood of success no matter which course you choose to have our attorneys pursue.

We will educate you about the law and explain your options so you can develop a plan that works for you and your family. Child custody determination is just one part of a comprehensive plan; any plan you consider should at a minimum protect you and your family.

We will help you through the process of determining custody and creating a parenting plan, as well as help with other considerations such as child visitation. Our firm can also assist with custody modifications, child support and related financial issues, working through custody disputes, and more. We understand that this is a difficult time for you and your family, and we are here to help you develop long-term solutions.

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Schedule your meeting with our child custody attorney. Call 402-933-7600 or complete a short online form. We handle cases in Sarpy County, Douglas County and other areas in Nebraska from our office in Omaha.

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