Recent reports are that while America’s divorce rate has dropped closer to 40% from 50%, among baby boomers the divorce rate has actually increased significantly. Sociologists have their theories for this, but one thing that is certain is that divorcing later in life raises the financial stakes for married couples in Nebraska. While children may.
Neighborhood disputes over covenant violations are never popular. Boards of directors for homeowners associations are often tasked with enforcing covenants containing restrictions on the use of land within the neighborhood. Sometimes residents fail to read the covenants and understand what they are agreeing to by purchasing property in a neighborhood with use restrictions. Typical HOA.
The 2013 session of the Nebraska Legislature saw a change in the law governing collection of homeowners association assessments. This applies to Nebraska townhome owners associations, condominium owners associations and traditional homeowners associations. In May, the Nebraska Legislature passed LB 442, which amends section 52-2001, 76-825, 76-842, 76-856, and 76-874 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes..
Bank sold home to homeowner’s buyer just days after foreclosure Omaha, NE (October 21, 2013) — A homeowner has sued Great Western Bank in Douglas County District Court, accusing the Bank of wrongfully selling her former home to a buyer with whom she had entered into a written purchase agreement. According to the lawsuit, the Bank.
Attorney Ben Thompson was quoted in an article in the October 11, 2013 issue of the Midlands Business Journal regarding the importance of anticipating the type and applicability of government regulation of a new business. ”Regulations cost businesses money, so the business plan needs to anticipate the cost of complying with federal, state and local.
This past summer, Thompson Law Office opened its branch office in Chadron, Nebraska, in rural Dawes County. Attorney Jane Long staffs the office, with support from the legal professionals in our West Omaha office. Our firm recognized that, like other rural communities, the population is under-served by legal professionals. Despite being a vibrant community with.
The federal judiciary announced that it will be business as usual despite the government shutdown, at least until October 15, 2013, when it will reassess the situation. Attorneys and parties should expect to attend previously scheduled hearings and comply with deadlines. The electronic case filing system will remain in operation. Source: uscourts.gov, Judiciary to Remain Open.
Attorney Laird Moore presented on “Native American Law & Real Estate Issues” at the Annual Real Estate Institute presented by the Nebraska State Bar Association (NSBA) on Friday, September 27, 2013, in Omaha, Nebraska. Laird’s presentation addressed the unique issues involving real estate in “Indian Country” and practical considerations for lawyers. Laird is a member of the.
During a financial crunch, individuals and families have to make tough choices about how to allocate limited resources. During the Great Recession, when decreasing home values made home equity disappear, the choice often shifted to paying unsecured creditors, like credit cards, first. That trend appears to be reversing, with a greater emphasis on keeping up.
Marriages fail for a variety of reasons, and the Great Recession has certainly contributed to the demise of many. While the slow economic recovery may allow some marriages to recover too, the sad reality is that many will not. For those marriages that are “irretrievably broken,” increasing house values bring new equity to the marital.