Learn when the amount of child support you must pay or receive can be changed by courts in Nebraska When a court orders a parent to pay child support, the amount is based off a calculation that takes into consideration the parent’s financial situation.  Over time, many parents experience a change in their financial condition and…

What is the difference between legal separation and divorce? Nebraska law recognizes two methods of ending a traditional marriage — one is dissolution of marriage or divorce, and the other is legal separation.  The chosen method depends on a number of factors, such as the religious beliefs of the couple, financial or personal reasons, whether…

Do you have questions about Nebraska contracts law? Thompson Law Office is here to help.  Learn more about our business law practice here. What is a contract? A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more parties. Because contracts often reflect agreements for the exchange of goods or services, contracts are the foundation…

Trying to Decide if You Need a Business Attorney? Lawyers cost money. For cost-conscious business managers the question of when to seek help from a qualified lawyer can sometimes be challenging. There may be some situations where the need for qualified counsel is obvious, but there may be other situations where the need for counsel…

Business Structure Types Every business must have a structure. There are a number of ways to structure your business under Nebraska law. Some of the most common business structure types are: sole proprietorships partnerships corporations limited liability companies (LLC’s) limited partnerships nonprofit corporations Nebraska Business Structure Types: Sole Proprietorship A sole proprietorship is one person…

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