November 2018 Archives

Teen suspect in shooting may need criminal defense

The holiday season is a particularly stressful time for many Nebraska residents. When people who don't always spend time together gather for an event that is often hyped by general society to be full of fun and merriment, a tense situation can sometimes arise, during which a person may display atypical behavior, resulting in a need for criminal defense. This is possibly what happened on Thanksgiving Day at a residence in Kearney.

Estate plan should be reviewed during divorce process

When a married couple decides to separate, they must make many difficult decisions addressing various aspects of their lives: finances, property, children, etc. To make matters more difficult, many people find the divorce process an extremely emotional and stressful time. Although everything seems overwhelming at this time, Nebraska divorcing individuals are advised to review their estate plan while the divorce is in process. In doing so, a person can ensure his or her control over what happens in case of death or incapacitation during the divorce process.

Nebraska State Patrol car chase leads to drug charges

A police chase involving several Nebraska State Patrol troopers and three people in a vehicle ended with several charges, as well as minor injuries suffered by a trooper. An accumulation of incidents contributed to the various charges, including drug charges. The chase began due to a trooper's observation and reportedly ended with a discovery of drugs.  

Financial mistakes to avoid during divorce

Financial decisions can be difficult at the best of times. Throw in a divorce and people tend to find money matters even more challenging, and some divorcing Nebraska residents may find themselves making poor financial choices during this stressful time. A financial expert offers a few tips regarding common financial mistakes divorcing individuals should avoid, preventing them from having to sort through a financial mess later.

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