Is a good question why NE Family lawyers do as they do. I have lots of evidence discovered 4 months prior to the statute running out. NE lawyers say so "much of the fraud (about half) is tax related, and we cant help you, get a tax attorney. Tax Attorneys say "I cant help you, get a Family law attorney! Frustrating to say the least, as I am about ready to file my own complaint with the courts and advertise his due process in the paper for 3 consecutive weeks. I just need to know, that this 4 years your are referring to, applies to NEBRASKA PROPERTY SETTLEMENT agreements. My own due diligence has gotten me the forged e-filing pages and the fraudulent numbers for a 1.3 mil distribution, as well as the rest, which was HARD due to privacy laws.
I know how to file a complaint and will learn the Nebraska Rules of Civil Procedure.....but after that? I am without much knowledge to fight the "HIGHEST PAID BEST WHITE COLLAR FRAUD ATTORNEY" in Omaha, that my x has coming after me, to RID me of my alimony after 25 years in an abusive marriage. Thanks for responding, if you can locate any NE Statutes that are absolutely 100% applicable to PROPERTY SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS (fraud and statute of limitations) in NE, I will be forever grateful!
Cool- I can do that - NO problem! Thank you so much, you have made my DAY, forever and ever!
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