Omaha Divorce Lawyer
Couples in Nebraska looking to divorce have many options available to them.
Whether your case is contested or you are seeking an uncontested divorce
or a form of alternative dispute resolution method, such as mediation,
we can handle it all. While the decision to dissolve your marriage is
part of the dissolution process, this is just step one. You must also
follow certain rules and meet state residency requirements before you
can legally end your marriage. To prevent any errors, issues, or complications
with this process, it is best to consult with an experienced divorce lawyer
At Hathaway Law Group, P.C. L.L.O., we handle a wide range of divorce cases.
With over 20 years of experience, we have helped many clients obtain a
favorable divorce outcome and take pride knowing we assisted with their
Types of Divorce Services We Offer
Our firm offers the following divorce services which can be tailored to
accommodate your specific needs:
An uncontested divorce is when a couple can come to an agreement about
all the issues that pertain to their divorce. This includes asset and
property division, child custody, spousal support, and debt division.
This type of divorce is generally faster and more amicable than other forms
of divorce. As both you and your spouse agree, there are no issues to
litigate, which means your divorce case is kept out of the courtroom.
A contested divorce or litigated divorce happens when a couple cannot come
to an agreement about all the issues related to their divorce. As such,
their divorce case will need to be taken to court where a judge will decide
how to resolve their divorce matters and finalize the divorce.
Collaborative divorce is a voluntary process that couples use when seeking
a divorce or separation without court. Couples who choose collaborative
divorce will work with a collaboratively trained lawyer and other qualified
professionals to reach an agreement on all issues related to their divorce.
Couples choose collaborative divorce to avoid the uncertainty of court
decisions and to achieve a settlement that best meets the specific needs
of their family.
The collaborative process can be used to facilitate many other family issues,
including disputes between extended family and the negotiation of pre-marital
and post-marital agreements. Through the collaborative process, families
can resolve conflict and issues consensually and mutually.
Collaborative law may also be less expensive for the parties. By utilizing
specialists for many tasks, (financial professionals, child custody therapists,
and coaches) work can be streamlined, thus, possibly, reducing costs.
In mediation, a couple will utilize a neutral, third-party individual to
help them work out a divorce agreement and parenting plan, if required.
The mediator cannot come to a decision for you, but he/she can help guide
you in the right direction. This is typically done in a manner that allows
both sides to express their sides of the story, including questions, concerns,
and other issues. The goal is to come to an amicable resolution.
Schedule an Initial Consultation Today
At Hathaway Law Group, P.C. L.L.O., it is our mission to help your family.
If you are considering a divorce and need assistance, do not hesitate
to contact our firm. We are dedicated to helping you figure out which
type of divorce best fits your needs and interests.
Schedule an initial consultation
online or call us via
(402) 503-3088 to discuss your divorce options.