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You may hire a private attorney to pursue modification or you may apply for a modification through the State of Nebraska. Your initial application would be through the Review and Modification Unit of the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services. You may contact them at 402-471-1400.
Our office will determine whether we will file an Application to Modify Child Support in the District Court of Lancaster County and proceed accordingly. If we decide not to proceed with the modification, we will notify you by letter.
You can contact the Nebraska Child Support Customer Call Center at 402-441-8715 or 877-631-9973 (toll-free).
No, you can't use counsel in a modification case.
Yes. An incarcerated individual may seek a downward modification of their child support order if certain qualifications are met. However, the County Attorney will not participate in filing such a modification on behalf of the incarcerated individual and may, in fact, actively oppose such a modification in certain circumstances.