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County Court of Saline County
215 South Court Street, PO Box 865
Wilber, NE 68465
Wilber, NE 68465
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Southeast Nebraska Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services and Resources
Hope Crisis Center provides domestic violence and sexual assault victims in Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Saline, Seward, Thayer, and York Counties with a 24-hour hotline, advocacy, emergency shelter, referrals, assistance with protection orders, and links to additional resources.
Nebraska Small Claims Information
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Nebraska Child Support Services
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Nebraska Consumer Protection
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Nebraska Court Rules
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Nebraska Court Self-Help Resources
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Nebraska Crime Victim's Information
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Nebraska Crime Victim's Reparations
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Nebraska Criminal History Information
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Nebraska Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Resources
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Nebraska Foreclosure Prevention Resources
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Nebraska Guardianship and Conservatorship Information
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Nebraska Mediation Information
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Nebraska Parenting and Divorce Information
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Nebraska Problem-Solving Courts
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Creighton University Law Library
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Nebraska Bar Legal Information
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Nebraska Legal Information and Resources
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Nebraska State Library
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Nebraska Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
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University of Nebraska Law Library
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Complaints About Nebraska Attorneys
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Complaints About Nebraska Judges
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Free and Low-Cost Legal Services
The Nebraska State Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project provides free and low-cost legal assistance to low-income residents. Application instructions and locations of Self Help Centers are provided.
Nebraska Attorney Discipline Records
The Nebraska Judicial Branch lists online records of public orders of discipline against Nebraska attorneys since January 1, 1986. Records are listed alphabetically by attorney last name, and may be searched by last name.
Nebraska Free Legal Assistance
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Nebraska Lawyer Fee Disputes
View information about the Nebraska Legal Fee Arbitration plan, which helps resolves disputes about lawyers' fees. Links to rules, petition and answer forms, and a program brochure are provided.
Nebraska Lawyer Referral
The Nebraska State Bar Association offers a lawyer referral service for a small fee, which includes and initial consultation with a lawyer. Application may be made by telephone or by completing an online form and submitting it by e-mail.
Search a directory of Nebraska State Bar Association active members in good standing by name, bar number, location, and area of practice. Access a link to the Nebraska Supreme Court Attorney Services Division official roster of attorneys licensed in Nebraska, searchable by name or county.
Nebraska Limited Scope Representation
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