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Grandparents can seek visitation rights in Nebraska

When you have a son or daughter who goes through a divorce, you may be concerned that you'll no longer get to see your grandchildren. Maybe the other parent is seeking sole custody or your child only wants to seek visitation time; whatever the reason is, you need to know your rights as a grandparent to keep your relationship with your grandchild.

Children under 16 most at risk in ATV accidents

ATVs are popular in Nebraska due to their versatility in both work and play. Letting the kids go for a ride across the acreage is an easy way to get them involved in chores and recreation. Although an ATV can be a source of fun, it can also be a source of danger for inexperienced riders. New data suggests that children under the age of 16 are particularly prone to serious injury when using an ATV.

You can fight to protect your college sports career

You enjoy your college career; you get to play on a sports team, get the benefits of a full ride and have the admiration of fans. That can all end quickly if you make even one criminal mistake. It's important to understand how drunk driving, assault or other crimes can impact you now and in the future, especially as a college athlete.

What you need to know about filing for divorce in Nebraska

When you need to file for a divorce in Nebraska and have children, you may think the process will be drawn out. Fortunately, there are situations where it doesn't have to be a long, extended process. If you have no custody or property disputes, it's possible to have a simplified case where your attorney represents you for only part of your divorce.