Nebraska lawyers and judges have now had approximately two and a half years' experience under the no-fault divorce law.
II. Pre-Trial Proceedings … A. Application for Temporary Support and Fees … B. Temporary Custody … C. Exclusion from the Premises
III. Dissolution Trial … A. Uncontested Cases … B. Contested Cases … 1. Division of Property and Alimony … 2. Custody and Support of Minors
IV. Post-Decretal Proceedings … A. Petitions to Modify … B. Contempt Proceedings … C. Wage Earner Deductions, Support Accounting, and Temporary Support
Samuel Van Pelt,
No Fault Divorce: A Re-examination of Nebraska Law,
54 Neb. L. Rev. 27
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