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Omaha Custody and Parenting Time Lawyers

Experienced Legal Representation in Your Custody Case

Child custody and parenting time negotiations can be difficult to navigate. A lawyer can better help ensure that the arrangements set forward are in your and your child’s best interests.

For more information, contact our firm at Slowiaczek Albers. Call (402) 928-2007 or submit a contact form here.

Note that Nebraska’s laws are geared to providing as much contact between both parents and the child as is feasible and reasonable under the circumstances of each case. There are two types of custody, legal custody and physical custody. These can be awarded jointly to both parents or solely to only one parent.

Visitation and Parenting Time

Nebraska’s Parenting Act mandates that each parent attends a co-parenting education course and participate in mediation. In mediation, the parties may agree upon a parenting plan on their own rather than letting a judge decide. The goal is to clearly set forth where the children will be during the weekdays, weekends, holidays, and summers. The parenting plan will establish when and how long a parent may spend time with their child during those periods when a parent doesn’t have physical custody.

If you are negotiating custody of your child following divorce, it is best to have an experienced attorney on your side to ensure everything runs smoothly. For professional legal representation – in the negotiation process or in the courtroom – let one of our lawyers at Slowiaczek Albers help. We will do our best to protect your and your child’s best interests in your custody agreement.

Let Slowiaczek Albers Help! Call (402) 928-2007.

If you are negotiating custody of your child following divorce, it is best to have an experienced attorney on your side to ensure everything runs smoothly. For professional legal representation – in the negotiations room and the courtroom – let one of our lawyers at Slowiaczek Albers help. We will do our best to protect your and your child’s best interests in your custody agreement.

Call (402) 928-2007 or find us online to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys today.

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