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Omaha Divorce And Family Law Lawyer

When you are facing a divorce or custody dispute, you need to know what your rights and options are under the law. An experienced family law attorney can help you understand how the law protects you and advise you on the approach that will yield the most favorable results. At Family & Juvenile Law Omaha, Anita L. Mayo, PC, LLO, we are committed to helping Nebraska families find workable solutions to their legal problems.

Douglas County Child Custody And Visitation Attorney Handling All Types of Family Law Cases

Family law encompasses issues such as divorce, child custody and adoption. Whatever your family law needs are, our lawyer has the experience and knowledge to help you identify a solution that will benefit you and your family. Our firm's owner, Anita L. Mayo, has been practicing family law in Nebraska for more than 18 years. She will take on your case with a thoughtful, analytic approach.

As a full-service law firm, we have the capacity to handle cases of all levels of complexity. We handle all ancillary issues that arise during divorce, such as property division and child support.

Contact Family & Juvenile Law Omaha, Anita L. Mayo, PC, LLO | Know Your Options. Know Your Rights.

For assistance with any family law issue, from divorce to grandparents' rights, contact us to learn how we can help. Call us at 402-913-3676 or 800-639-3217.

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Anita L. Mayo has been named a fellow of the Nebraska State Bar Foundation. Each year notable individuals statewide are nominated. This selection is based upon their dedication to improving the administration of justice in Nebraska, their leadership in the legal profession, civic service, integrity and Foundation support. The Bar Foundation is a charitable and educational organization that serves the public by funding its numerous Law-Related Education programs.


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