Custody & VisitationNebraska Parenting Plan Attorney
At the Law Offices of Willow T. Head, we are dedicated to helping people in the Omaha, Nebraska, area resolve their child custody and visitation issues. Because these issues can be complicated and overwhelming for people, our firm focuses on listening closely to the concerns of our clients. From parenting plans to modifications, you can count on us to always do what is right for your children.
Do the right thing for your children. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with an experienced child custody attorney.
In Nebraska, there is a mandatory mediation process for custody and visitation disputes that requires attendance at a parenting class. In some counties, a mediator will be assigned to your case to assist both parties in discussing their concerns. If the parties are unable to reach an agreement through mediation, unresolved issues regarding custody and parenting time will either be negotiated by attorneys or ultimately decided by the court.
At any time from the dissolution onward, custody and visitation agreements can be modified if they meet the requirements. To be eligible, one or both parties must be able to demonstrate a material change of circumstances that were not known at the time of the divorce decree. Our firm has extensive experience with these matters and will ensure that your interests are protected.
Removal and Relocation
When one parent wants to move out of state with a child, they must file for court approval. If a move is approved, the parenting schedule will need to be modified. Child support may also be reviewed. These issues can be very contentious and complicated, making it very important to work with an experienced attorney.
Ultimately, the court will make a decision based on the best interests of your children. Its decision will be based on what will maintain a stable lifestyle for the child. These battles can be long, emotionally draining and expensive. A skilled family law attorney can guide you through the process as efficiently as possible. Contact us today to discuss your custody needs with a lawyer.