Adam R. Little successfully defends appeal in Rickert v. Rickert Adam R. Little successfully defended our client in the recent Nebraska Court of Appeals case Rickert v. Rickert, 27 Neb.App. 533 (2019). The case involved the denial of stay in modification of child custody case. The trial court denied the stay under the Servicemember’s Civil
As a leading Nebraska family law firm, John Ballew Jr. and Adam R. Little were both invited to participate in the production of the Nebraska State Bar Association (NSBA) 2019 Family Law Practice Manual. This manual includes material covering a wide range of family law topics, and includes analysis from some of the very best
John Ballew recently attended an intensive 3-day conference sponsored by The AAML and Business Valuation Resources for divorce attorneys, CPAs and accredited business valuation experts. The jointly-sponsored conference is held every two years and features some of the country’s leading experts on taxation and valuation issues. Topics included discovery of assets held in offshore or
Natalie S. Hazen, a principal of the firm, has been named the Chair of the Family Law Section of the Nebraska State Bar Association. Natalie will be the Chair for the next two year term.
Adam R. Little successfully defends a divorce appeal in recent published decision of the Nebraska Court of Appeals
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.