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When Does an Inheritance Become Marital Property?

One of the most contested and complex issues in divorce proceedings is the division of assets, particularly when it comes to inheritances. Inheritances are often a source of conflict because they can significantly impact each party's financial standing after a divorce.

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Who Gets Alimony and How Long Does Alimony Last?

When a marriage ends in divorce, it's not just emotions that get tangled. The financial threads that bound two people together must be unraveled, and often, this leads to the question of alimony. Also known as spousal support, alimony is a financial payment made by one spouse to another after a divorce.

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How Can I Get a Divorce if I Don’t Know Where My Spouse Is?

Navigating through any divorce can be daunting, but it can be even more difficult when you don't know the whereabouts of your spouse. We at Anderson, Creager, and Wittstruck, P.C., L.L.O., understand the emotional turmoil, and uncertainty that comes with such a situation.

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ACW LAW Partners with Lutheran Family Services – Kinship Care Program for Holiday Public Service Project

For ACW LAW’s 2023 Holiday Public Service Project, we chose Lutheran Family Services – Kinship Care Program.

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ACW Law Recognized as a 2024 Best Law Firm

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Do I Need an Attorney for My Divorce?

Considering filing for divorce? Wondering if working with a divorce attorney would be helpful? There's no one-size-fits-all answer. Depending on your particular circumstances, seeking guidance from an experienced divorce lawyer might make the process smoother and provide valuable advice...

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Divorcing Later in Life (Grey Divorce)

When filing for divorce later in life, there are some crucial elements to take into consideration, such as asset division, spousal support (also known as alimony), estate planning, social security benefits, and more.

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Understanding Search and Seizure Laws in Nebraska

Your rights under the Fourth Amendment are a cornerstone of criminal defense law. This amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures by law enforcement and the government.

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Modification/Changing of Parenting Plan

Divorcing or separating from a partner is undoubtedly a challenging journey, and throughout this process, it's essential to keep your child's well-being at the heart of every decision. However, establishing new routines and living situations can be extremely difficult, especially if you’re not...

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Amie Martinez has been named to Best Lawyers®

Amie Martinez has been named to Best Lawyers®, the oldest and most respected legal rankings company, in its milestone 30th edition of The Best Lawyers in America®

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