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Steven D. Burns – of Counsel

Steven D. Burns – of Counsel Steven D. Burns grew up in Marshalltown, Iowa and moved to Nebraska to pursue his undergraduate degree in Architecture, which he received in 1971.  Steve graduated from the University College of Law with his Juris Doctorate in 1973.  Prior to being appointed to the Lancaster County District Court bench by …

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Alyson K. Bisceglia

Alyson K. Bisceglia Alyson K. Bisceglia grew up on the east coast in Worcester County, Massachusetts.  Alyson received her Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from Bentley University in 2013, and her Juris Doctor from Quinnipiac University School of Law in 2016.  She will earn her Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation degree from Boston University …

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Adam R. Little

Adam R. Little Adam R. Little grew up on a small farm in rural North Dakota, where he honed a strong work ethic and a down-to-earth attitude. Adam received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biotechnology and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND in 2008. Adam …

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Natalie Stone-Burns Hazen

Natalie Stone-Burns Hazen Natalie Stone-Burns Hazen grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska and graduated from Lincoln Southeast High School. Natalie received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa in 1999.  Upon graduation, Natalie began teaching middle school at Goodrich Middle School in Lincoln. She also continued her postgraduate studies …

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John W. Ballew, Jr.

John W. Ballew, Jr. John began private practice in Scottsbluff, Nebraska where he became partner in the firm of Simmons, Olsen, Ediger, Selzer & Ballew P.C. In 1991, John moved back to Lincoln and became associated with Baylor, Evnen, Curtiss, Grimit & Witt. In 1995, John and M.J. Bruckner formed The Bruckner/Ballew Law Firm, P.C. …

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Grounds:Nebraska has adopted a concept of “no fault” divorce, making it unnecessary to prove cruelty, adultery, insanity, etc. in order to dissolve a marriage relationship. It is only necessary to demonstrate to the court that the marriage is “irretrievably broken” which means the level of conflict within the marriage has advanced to the point where the …

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Legal Aspects of Divorce

Selected Legal Aspects of Divorce Actions Divorce can be a trying and difficult experience for many people.  Adding to these difficulties is the uncertainties many people have about aspects of their divorce.  This summary is intended to give you some general information about many subjects which concern clients.  Hopefully you will find this information helpful …

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