Law Office of Willow T. Head | Divorce
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Practice Areas

Divorce

Experienced Divorce Lawyer
Saunders County · Douglas County · Cass County · Sarpy County


At the Law Offices of Willow T. Head, we handle every type of divorce, from basic to complex. We work closely with our clients, listening to their concerns and providing the personal service they need to get through these difficult times. While there are no real winners in a divorce, an experienced attorney can help you weather the storm and emerge in as strong a position as possible.

If you are going through a divorce, you need an experienced family law attorney to provide you with honest answers about your options. To discuss your legal needs with a dedicated attorney, contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Our firm assists clients in the Omaha, Nebraska, area with a broad range of contested and uncontested divorce issues, including:
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Spousal support and alimony
  • Property division
  • Parental relocation
  • Business valuation
  • Tax matters
What You Can Expect

The process for a divorce, on average, takes between six to eight months. The minimum a divorce can take is 60 days from the date of service of your spouse. Our firm provides clients with a packet to complete which includes all the information you will need for a successful divorce.

We work closely with clients the entire way, walking them through the process and being honest about their best options. You may not like everything we say, but we will not give you false hopes or expectations. It is important to us that we not waste your time or money fighting issues we know are not attainable in court.

If you are getting divorced, you can expect to appear in court. The court handles the following areas:
  • The marriage contract between husband and wife
  • Equitable distribution of property
  • Issues pertaining to children
If we cannot settle issues with your spouse with the assistance of counsel regarding the three areas listed above prior to your divorce, the court will make the determinations for you.

Property Division

Nebraska is an equitable distribution state, which means that marital assets and debt are distributed based on the equities of the situation. Having an experienced attorney dedicated to protecting your interests can help ensure that you receive a fair deal.

To discuss your divorce concerns with an attorney, contact us today to schedule an appointment.