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Sponsored by the NSBA’s Family Law Section Thursday, May 18 8:30 am – 4:30 pm CST Find out more and register at http://www.nebar.com/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=922437&group
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Natalie S. Hazen, a principal of the firm, named Chair of Family Law Section of Nebraska State Bar Association. Natalie assembled the annual Continuing Legal Education Program for the family law section on May 18, 2017 at the LaVista Conference Center, in LaVista, Nebraska.
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After nearly six years of litigation, Adam R. Little successfully defended a divorce decree that was appealed by his client’s former spouse in Lisec v. Lisec, 24 Neb.App. 572 (2017), bringing much needed closure to his client. The case presented an opportunity for the Nebraska Court of Appeals to clarify the law with respect to the pleading requirements for a counterclaim and a Defendant’s right to proceed on their claim even if the Plaintiff voluntarily dismisses their claims.
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Adam R. Little recently won a custody appeal for his client in a ruling from the Nebraska Court of Appeals in State on Behalf of Gaige R. v. James M., Case No. A-15-698. The case involved complex procedural issues, where an order establishing paternity had been entered in Nebraska; however, neither party remained in the state and both parties sought full custody and permission to remove the child to South Dakota or Colorado respectively.