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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.
Common Law Marriages are only recognized in Nebraska when a couple previously lived in a state that recognized the relationship as valid. In these cases proceedings similar to a divorce are conducted to divide the property. Otherwise, you are on your own.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
Are common law marriages recognized? Since 1923, common law marriages cannot be entered into in the State of Nebraska (Ropken v. Ropken, 169 Nebraska 352, 99 NW. 2d 480).
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.
In Nebraska, assets that are accumulated during a marriage are divided equally. This means that people who were in long-term marriages are more likely to accumulate more assets than people who were in short-term marriages.
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.

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