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Legal Information: Nebraska
Laws current as of March 5, 2020
WomensLaw.org does not have information about custody laws in Nebraska. For now, we have provided links to information we hope you find helpful. (WomensLaw.org has no relationship with these organizations and does not endorse their services. We provide these links for your information only.)
- Here is a link to the language of one of Nebraska’s laws regarding custody from the Nebraska Legislature website.
- Legal Aid of Nebraska has answers to some frequently asked questions about custody, visitation and child support, and more.
This section provides information about custody that is not specific to any state, including a section about how to try to transfer your custody case to a new state where you are living so that you can modify the custody order from your new state.
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