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Nebraska Separation Agreement

A Nebraska separation agreement enables married couples to set rules for living apart without getting a divorce. It can be used to divide the couple's assets, establish spousal support rates, and more. Separation may be preferred over divorce for many reasons, including religious objections or uncertainty about whether the couple may reconcile.
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Is a Separation Agreement Legal in Nebraska?

Yes, couples may create separation agreements deciding on division of property, level of support, and other matters, and may seek a decree of separation from a court.[1]

Legal Separation Requirements

  • Filing Fee: $161 (Dissolution)
  • Residency: One of the following: at least one of the spouses has been a bona fide resident of the state for at least a year prior to filing; or the marriage took place in the state and either spouse has resided in the state since the marriage.[2]
  • Where to File: With the district court serving the county where the qualifying spouse resides