Form DC6:5(3) "Decree of Dissolution of Marriage With Children" - Nebraska

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Nebraska State Court Form
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
DC 6:5(3)
Rev. 02/15
(WITH CHILD(REN))
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 42-372
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF _________________ COUNTY, NEBRASKA
(county where Complaint filed)
____________________________,
Case No. CI _____________
(your full name)
Plaintiff,
(case number assigned by clerk of court)
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
vs.
(WITH CHILD(REN))
____________________________,
(spouse’s full name)
Defendant.
ON ________________________ this matter came on for final
(date)
hearing on the Complaint for Dissolution of Marriage of the plaintiff. The plaintiff appeared in
court without an attorney. The defendant
did not appear. The plaintiff presented
did
evidence, and the court, having fully reviewed the evidence, finds as follows:
Plaintiff or defendant has been a resident of the State of Nebraska for
1.
more than one year prior to the filing of this action with the intention of making Nebraska
his or her permanent home and either plaintiff or defendant was a resident of
________________ County at the time the complaint was filed.
(county where Complaint filed)
2.
More than 60 days have passed since service was perfected or a
Voluntary Appearance was filed.
The court has jurisdiction over both parties and over the subject matter of
3.
this action and to make a child custody determination.
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Nebraska State Court Form
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
DC 6:5(3)
Rev. 02/15
(WITH CHILD(REN))
Neb. Rev. Stat. § 42-372
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF _________________ COUNTY, NEBRASKA
(county where Complaint filed)
____________________________,
Case No. CI _____________
(your full name)
Plaintiff,
(case number assigned by clerk of court)
DECREE OF DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
vs.
(WITH CHILD(REN))
____________________________,
(spouse’s full name)
Defendant.
ON ________________________ this matter came on for final
(date)
hearing on the Complaint for Dissolution of Marriage of the plaintiff. The plaintiff appeared in
court without an attorney. The defendant
did not appear. The plaintiff presented
did
evidence, and the court, having fully reviewed the evidence, finds as follows:
Plaintiff or defendant has been a resident of the State of Nebraska for
1.
more than one year prior to the filing of this action with the intention of making Nebraska
his or her permanent home and either plaintiff or defendant was a resident of
________________ County at the time the complaint was filed.
(county where Complaint filed)
2.
More than 60 days have passed since service was perfected or a
Voluntary Appearance was filed.
The court has jurisdiction over both parties and over the subject matter of
3.
this action and to make a child custody determination.
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4.
The parties were married on ___________________________________,
(date of marriage)
in ___________________________________________________________________.
(city and state where parties were married)
The parties have _________ child(ren) whose custody or welfare are affected by this
(number of children of marriage)
divorce:
_____________________________, born ___________________
(child’s year of birth)
(name of child)
_____________________________, born ___________________
(child’s year of birth)
(name of child)
_____________________________, born ___________________
(child’s year of birth)
(name of child)
_____________________________, born ___________________
(child’s year of birth)
(name of child)
_______________________ is not expecting a child at this time.
(Plaintiff or Defendant)
A parenting plan, developed by
the plaintiff only
5.
both parties
(check if Plaintiff developed)
(check if parties developed)
the court in accordance with the Parenting Act is attached to this decree and
(check if Court developed)
incorporated herein by reference. The court finds the parenting plan complies with the
Parenting Act and is in the best interests of the minor child(ren). ______________
(Plaintiff or Defendant)
should contribute to the support of the child(ren).
The defendant is not a member of the Armed Forces of the United States
6.
or its allies.
The marriage of the plaintiff and the defendant is irretrievably broken, and every
7.
reasonable effort to effect reconciliation has been made.
8.
The parties are owners of various items of personal property and have
incurred certain debts, and all of the property and debts should be equitably divided
between the parties.
9.
(if applicable)____________’s former name of ______________________,
(Plaintiff or Defendant)
(former or maiden name, including first, middle and last names)
should be restored.
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IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED as follows:
The marriage between the plaintiff, and the defendant, is hereby dissolved.
10.
Except for review on appeal, remarriage, and continuation of the health insurance
coverage, this decree shall become final and operative 30 days after this decree is filed
or on the date of death of one of the parties, whichever occurs first. For purposes of
remarriage, neither the plaintiff nor the defendant may marry anyone anywhere in the world
for six months after this decree is filed with the clerk of the district court. For the purposes
of continuation of health insurance coverage, the decree shall become final and
operative six months after the decree is entered.
11.
Legal and physical custody:
______________ is awarded sole legal and sole physical
(Plaintiff or Defendant)
custody of the child(ren).
The parents are awarded joint legal custody of the child(ren). Sole
physical custody of the child(ren) is awarded to ________________.
(plaintiff or defendant)
The parties are awarded joint legal and joint physical custody of the
child(ren).
A parenting plan, developed by
the plaintiff only
12.
the parties
(check if parties developed) (check if Plaintiff developed)
the court in accordance with the Parenting Act, is attached to this decree and
(check if the Court developed)
incorporated herein by reference. The parties are ordered to perform by its terms.
13.
___________________ shall pay child support in accordance with the
(Plaintiff or Defendant)
Nebraska Child Support Guidelines beginning on the 1st day of _____________,
20_____, and continuing on the first day of each subsequent month thereafter in the
amounts listed:
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____________ per month for ________ children
(support amount)
(number of children)
____________ per month for ________ children
(support amount)
(number of children)
____________ per month for ________ children
(support amount)
(number of children)
____________ per month for one child
(support amount)
Child support will abate by ________% during the month(s) of
______________________________________________________________________.
A worksheet showing the calculations under the Nebraska Child Support
Guidelines is attached to this decree.
Upon the occurrence of any of the following events, child support shall terminate
effective the first day of the month following the event: the child turns 19 years of age;
the child marries; the court finds the child is emancipated; the death of the child; or
further order of the court.
All child support payments shall be paid to the Child Support Payment Center,
P. O. Box 82600, Lincoln, NE 68501-2600.
14.
_______________ shall provide health insurance for the dependent
(Plaintiff or Defendant)
minor child(ren).
[ ] (for sole physical custody)
_____________________________ shall pay
(Judge will complete this blank)
the first $480 of reasonable and necessary health care costs per child per year.
___________________________ shall pay ______% of all nonreimbursed reasonable
(Judge will complete this blank)
and necessary child(ren)’s health care costs in excess of $480 per child per year.
Plaintiff shall pay ______% and defendant
[ ] (for joint physical custody)
shall pay ______% of all nonreimbursed reasonable and necessary child(ren)’s health
care costs.
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15.
[ ] (for sole physical custody)
______________________________
(Judge will complete this blank)
shall pay ________% of any childcare costs which are due to the employment of
___________________ or to allow ____________________ to obtain training or
(Judge will complete this blank)
(Judge will complete this blank)
education necessary to obtain a job or enhance earning potential.
[ ] (for joint physical custody)
Plaintiff shall pay ______% and
defendant shall pay ________% of any childcare costs which are due to the
employment of ______________________ or to allow ________________________
(Judge will complete this blank)
(Judge will complete this blank)
to obtain training or education necessary to obtain a job or enhance earning potential.
16.
Each party shall continue to have full and equal access to the education
and medical records of the minor child(ren).
17.
Either party may make emergency decisions affecting the health or safety
of the minor child(ren) while the child(ren) is/are in the physical custody of such party.
The plaintiff and defendant shall furnish to the clerk of the district court their
18.
addresses, telephone numbers, Social Security numbers, names of their employers,
whether or not they have access to employer-related health insurance coverage and, if
so, the health insurance policy information, until any judgment to pay child support is
paid in full. The parties are also required to advise the clerk of any changes in such
information between the time of entry of the decree and the payment of the judgment in
full. Failure to comply with this section shall be punishable by contempt.
19.
In the event a party fails to pay any child, medical, or spousal support
payment, as such failure is certified each month by the State Disbursement Unit in cases
in which court-ordered support is delinquent in an amount equal to the support due and
payable for a one-month period of time, that party shall be subject to income withholding
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