Monthly Archives: October 2011

Lawyer-Mediator’s Subsequent Representation of Party

A Nebraska attorney served as a mediator for an unmarried couple in a child custody dispute; later, after the mediation had concluded, this same attorney represented the mother against the father in a suit involving the father’s alleged wrongful theft … Continue reading

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Judges Imputing Income Be Forewarned – There’s a Recession Out There!

In a divorce action, a Probate and Family Court found that a father in the real estate business was underemployed and imputed income to him for purposes of calculating child support. The Court averaged the father’s income over the previous … Continue reading

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Focus on Your Children

A recent article featured in the Wall Street Journal highlights efforts parents can make to help their children feel balanced after divorce. One of the most significant things parents can do after going through a divorce is talk to their … Continue reading

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