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Family Law Attorney in Omaha, Nebraska

Families are one of the most important things in our lives, and at Joseph D. Hall & Associates LLC, we understand this - both from personal experience as well as using the years of experience we have as family law attorneys. Family is our priority. However, sometimes struggles happen between spouses, children, and extended members, and that's when you may need a family law attorney. Issues such as divorce, child support, child custody, adoption, and more are all struggles that a skilled attorney can help you overcome. At our firm, we are more than prepared to support you and your family. We serve individuals and families in Omaha, Nebraska, and the surrounding areas of Papillion, LaVista, Bennington, and Elkhorn. If you're anywhere around these areas, reach out to our firm today and schedule a free consultation.

Our Vision

Our vision for family law is to produce the best results in the easiest possible way for our clients and to do so discretely and privately. We understand that dealing with the many details and circumstances in a family law case can be very difficult for our clients, therefore as your representative, our goal is to make it as simple as possible. 

How a Nebraska Family Law Attorney Can Serve You

Our services vary in a wide range of family law matters:

  • Family law attorney 

  • Divorce 

  • Child custody 

  • Child support 

  • Alimony/Spousal support 

  • Asset Division 

  • Prenuptial/postnuptial agreements 

Whatever the process may be that you need support, guidance, and litigation with, please reach out to our attorney today. We have years of experience and empathy for our clients. We work hard to give you the attention you deserve, and our goals are your goals. With your collaboration, together, we can fight for the best outcome for you and your family.

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Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements

Whether you're in the process of getting married or are currently married but want to protect your assets or create a plan for any circumstance, a pre-nup or post-nup may be the best choice for you. Doing so can help protect you, your soon-to-be or current spouse, and any children you may have. One thing to note is that although applying for a pre- or post-nuptial agreement can create some uncertainty or anxiety, it's important to understand that contrary to some people's opinions, making this decision can strengthen your relationship and your future.


Adoption, although beautiful for all involved, can be a frustrating and expensive process. There are many different agencies to work with, paperwork to write and sign, months of waiting, and so much more. Getting the support of an attorney can help you focus on what's most important: creating and strengthening your family.

Divorce in Nebraska

In order to get divorced in Nebraska, you or your spouse need to have been a resident of the state for at least a year before filing, OR you were married in the state and one of you still resides in Nebraska.

Nebraska is considered a no-fault state in matters of divorce. This means that there doesn't need to be a specific reason for the divorce, from either party, and the other spouse doesn't need to agree to the divorce. However, it isn't a 50/50 community property state, either. In court, a judge will decide how the division of property will occur under the equitable distribution policy.

Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, the divorce process can still be stressful. There are several ways to go through the process, some of which include the following:

  • Mediation

  • Annulment

  • Court

Child Custody and Child Support

Child support and child custody are some of the most common concerns that come up when a divorce occurs. Whether you are a parent fighting for more time with your child or a spouse who needs child support decided or modified fairly, you don't need to face the courts alone.

Alimony/Spousal Support

During a divorce, a serious worry can be spousal support. Both the spouse paying alimony and the spouse needing the spousal support to survive can experience financial worries, and their needs are important. It's important to come to an agreement best for all the parties involved. However, in order to get that solution, you should not face that alone. Also, one thing to make note of is that alimony is generally awarded for only a short period of time. No matter your personal circumstances, reach out to us today.

Family Law Attorney in Omaha, Nebraska

From the beginning of your contacting us to the last moment of your family law needs, we are here to listen to and support you. Our firm's services reach out beyond Omaha, Nebraska, and we also the cities of Papillion, LaVista, Bennington, Elkhorn, and the surrounding areas. If you're in one of these areas, please reach out today and schedule a free consultation with our family law attorney. Working with us can give you the peace of mind that you have reliable representation.