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If it is equitable and reasonable, the court could give you 90% of the marital property and leave your spouse with the other 10%. Although thats possible, most of the time the court will award a spouse one-third to one-half of the marital property to achieve an equitable result.
Nebraska is an equitable distribution state, meaning that the marital property will be split between the spouses in a way that is just and reasonable.
4 examples of separate property An inheritance given only to one person. Assets you owned before you tied the knot. Gifts given directly to you or your spouse by a third party. Money from a personal injury lawsuit paid specifically for pain and suffering.
Separate property is property that is owned by one spouse and not the other. There are two categories of marital property; community property, and separate property. Community property is when spouses share all property equally.
The separation of property may refer to present or future property or both and it may be total or partial separation. In the latter case, the property that was not agreed upon to be separate, shall pertain to the absolute community of the spouses.
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Nebraska allows only no-fault divorces: Courts will not consider any evidence of misconduct. Although all states provide a no-fault basis for divorce, many maintain fault-based grounds as well, such as physical or mental cruelty, desertion, substance abuse, and adultery.
If it is equitable and reasonable, the court could give you 90% of the marital property and leave your spouse with the other 10%. Although thats possible, most of the time the court will award a spouse one-third to one-half of the marital property to achieve an equitable result.
The marital estate includes property accumulated and acquired during the marriage through the joint efforts of the parties; with some exceptions, the marital estate does not include property acquired by one of the parties through gift or inheritance.
No, Nebraska is not a 50/50 community property state. This means that a judge will determine the division of property during a divorce under equitable distribution policy and not automatically divide assets in half.
Understanding how the home can be divided Sell the home and both of you move out. Arrange for one of you to buy the other out. Keep the home and not change who owns it. Transfer part of the value of the property from one partner to the other as part of the financial settlement.

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