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Legal Information: Nebraska
Updated: October 16, 2019
The Nebraska Online Legal Self-Help Center has Protection from Abuse forms. You can also find additional forms on the Nebraska Online Self-Help Legal Center from the Nebraska Judicial Branch website.
You may also find the forms by calling or visiting the civil clerk at the courthouse in your area. To find the courthouse in your area, go to Courthouse Locations. Someone in a domestic violence organization in your area may be able to help you get the forms and also help you through the process. To find help in your area, go to NE Advocates and Shelters.
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