December 2018 Archives

How new tax laws will impact future divorces

Nebraska couples who are contemplating divorce may be interested in learning about changes to the tax law that go into effect with the new year. As of the start of 2019, alimony rules that have been in place for more than seven decades will change. Previously, alimony payments were tax-deductible for the individual who paid them. These same alimony payments were considered taxable income by the individual who received them. However, this situation will reverse for new divorcees starting in 2019.

Financial stress increases chances of divorce

Frequent fights about financial issues undermine a Nebraska couple's ability to communicate. Ultimately, failing communication could end a marriage. A university study confirmed this by identifying ongoing financial disputes as a red flag for divorce. Money woes upped the likelihood of divorce by 30 percent.

Financial stress increases chances of divorce

Frequent fights about financial issues undermine a Nebraska couple's ability to communicate. Ultimately, failing communication could end a marriage. A university study confirmed this by identifying ongoing financial disputes as a red flag for divorce. Money woes upped the likelihood of divorce by 30 percent.

Two men charged with forgery crimes in Nebraska

A 26-year-old man and a 21-year-old man have been detained in Nebraska for alleged forgery and theft. The 26-year-old man was pulled over by a Grand Island police officer during a routine traffic stop. The officer noticed an alleged odor of marijuana and asked the man for identification. According to police, the man handed the officer a driver's license issued in the state of Washington. After being questioned, the man admitted that the license actually belonged to his brother.

Two men charged with forgery crimes in Nebraska

A 26-year-old man and a 21-year-old man have been detained in Nebraska for alleged forgery and theft. The 26-year-old man was pulled over by a Grand Island police officer during a routine traffic stop. The officer noticed an alleged odor of marijuana and asked the man for identification. According to police, the man handed the officer a driver's license issued in the state of Washington. After being questioned, the man admitted that the license actually belonged to his brother.

How to handle the holidays after a divorce

There are many parents in Nebraska who are worried about how to handle custody issues during the holidays. Considering the family traditions that are often involved with the season, this is understandable. To prevent major issues from occurring, parents should work out the logistics of who will spend the holidays where.

How to handle the holidays after a divorce

There are many parents in Nebraska who are worried about how to handle custody issues during the holidays. Considering the family traditions that are often involved with the season, this is understandable. To prevent major issues from occurring, parents should work out the logistics of who will spend the holidays where.

The cost of a Nebraska DUI

You're already aware that drunk driving is illegal. There is no shortage of reminders that patrols are watching for people who have been drinking before getting behind the wheel.

The cost of a Nebraska DUI

You're already aware that drunk driving is illegal. There is no shortage of reminders that patrols are watching for people who have been drinking before getting behind the wheel.

  • Nebraska State Bar Association
  • American Association For Justice
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • The Missouri Bar | Lex
  • ABA | Defending Liberty Persuing Justice
  • United States District Court

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