Going through any type of family law situation can be difficult and stressful at times. This is why you need to seek the help of family law experts that can truly understand your case from all angles and help you and your family members find the best outcome possible. At Copple, Rockey, McKeever & Schlecht P.C, L.L.O., our family lawyers have decades of experience with all types of family law cases and can ensure that we can help you through your time of transition.
Whether you're drafting a prenuptial agreement upon entering a marriage, going through a divorce, or need help with the modification of child support or custody, our family law attorneys can help you. Call us at (402) 218-2641. Our family law firm helps clients from Omaha, Lincoln, Norfolk, and nearby areas in Nebraska.
Our Lawyers Help Families Move Forward
Family law is an overarching term for several different types of legal issues involving the family. Many of these areas emanate from divorce and child custody and our attorneys have experience with helping men and women in the Norfolk and Omaha communities find solutions during a divorce. Our Nebraska attorneys can help represent you if you're dealing with any of the following legal issues associated with the dissolution of marriage:
- Legal separation
- Child custody
- Parenting plans
- Child support
- Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO)
- Grandparents' rights
Drawing upon our business law experience and coupling that with our litigation experience, our attorneys can effectively handle the complex issues that arise when a divorce involves significant assets. These assets may include a family-owned business, combined assets, and finances. We are also dedicated to finding solutions when assisting with child custody, child support, spousal support, and alimony. There is no situation that we haven't seen and our experience and complex understanding of the legal system will help us to represent you and your family.
Equitable Distribution of Property
One of the most difficult aspects of a divorce case is the equitable distribution of marital assets. Our team has relationships with accountants, business valuation experts, and real estate experts that help us to determine the value of assets. We will also help to determine what constitutes marital property and what is actually considered separate property.
Our Nebraska attorneys can bring you and your family members peace of mind by helping you through any family law issue. The stress of the situation is only compiled by trying to solve it by yourselves, so please trust our team of attorneys to help you. We invite you to visit either of our Omaha or Norfolk offices or you can contact us by filling out the form on this page or calling (402) 218-2641.