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Home/About Us Home/About Us Press & Media Press & Media Attorneys Attorneys Practice Areas Practice Areas Site Map Site Map Email Directory Email Directory Info Info Links Links Make Payment Make Payment JUVENILE COURT AND NAME CHANGES
There are two types of cases that are filed in juvenile court. The first type of case involves allegations of abuse or neglect by a minor child’s parent or parents. The second type involves delinquent behavior on the part of a juvenile. In other words, when a juvenile is either habitually absent from school, or engages in conduct that, if charged as an adult, would constitute a crime, the juvenile court may exercise jurisdiction over the juvenile. The juvenile court system is complex, and can often times be a lengthy process for both parents and juveniles under its jurisdiction. Parents and juveniles may also face serious consequences. For parents facing abuse or neglect allegations, their children may be removed from their custody and placed out of the home for a period of time. Some parents may even face the termination of their parental rights depending on the specific allegations. For juveniles facing delinquency allegations, they face many consequences such as a term of probation, or even out of home placement ranging anywhere from a small group home, to Boys town, to the Douglas County Youth Center, to the youth rehabilitation programs and Geneva and Kearney, Nebraska. The attorneys at Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkruetz & Conway PC LLO have experience in guiding parents and juveniles through the juvenile court process, and work to develop winning strategies to fight the allegations against them, and prevent them from facing some of the more serious consequences discussed above.  Call or email today for an initial consultation with an Omaha juvenile attorney.  Payment plans may be an option.
Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkreutz & Conway PC LLO
Home/About Us Home/About Us Contact Form Contact Form Press & Media Press & Media Attorneys Attorneys Practice Areas Practice Areas Site Map Site Map Email Directory Email Directory Info Info Links Links Make Payment Make Payment JUVENILE COURT AND NAME CHANGES
There are two types of cases that are filed in juvenile court. The first type of case involves allegations of abuse or neglect by a minor child’s parent or parents. The second type involves delinquent behavior on the part of a juvenile. In other words, when a juvenile is either habitually absent from school, or engages in conduct that, if charged as an adult, would constitute a crime, the juvenile court may exercise jurisdiction over the juvenile. The juvenile court system is complex, and can often times be a lengthy process for both parents and juveniles under its jurisdiction. Parents and juveniles may also face serious consequences. For parents facing abuse or neglect allegations, their children may be removed from their custody and placed out of the home for a period of time. Some parents may even face the termination of their parental rights depending on the specific allegations. For juveniles facing delinquency allegations, they face many consequences such as a term of probation, or even out of home placement ranging anywhere from a small group home, to Boys town, to the Douglas County Youth Center, to the youth rehabilitation programs and Geneva and Kearney, Nebraska. The attorneys at Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkruetz & Conway PC LLO have experience in guiding parents and juveniles through the juvenile court process, and work to develop winning strategies to fight the allegations against them, and prevent them from facing some of the more serious consequences discussed above.  Call or email today for an initial consultation with an Omaha juvenile attorney.  Payment plans may be an option.
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