Nebraska Enters New Contract with YoungWilliams


New Contracts

YoungWilliams was recently awarded a new contract with the State of Nebraska to provide legal services to 2,800 child support cases in four counties in Northeastern Nebraska: Dodge, Colfax, Cuming, and Dakota.

Services include reviewing all new filings for establishment, modification, foster care, and enforcement cases, as well as handling all court hearings for these cases. YoungWilliams has two other contracts with the State: Operation of a statewide customer service call center in Wausa, Nebraska serving the State’s 105,000 cases, and a full service office in Omaha, serving the 35,000 cases in Douglas County.

Kelly Lamson, YoungWilliams attorney and Douglas County Project Manager, oversees the new contract. “We are working hard to serve the citizens of Nebraska in partnership with the State and Nebraska Counties. We advocate the interests of the State to obtain financial and medical support for children.” YoungWilliams uses its proprietary software, CS Legal,™ to ensure that cases receive timely legal attention and proceed through the court system quickly.

Over the years, YoungWilliams has evolved into one of the nation’s largest and most trusted providers of child support services. YoungWilliams provides child support services in a number of other states, including Kansas, North Carolina, Missouri, Tennessee, and Mississippi.

As a law firm dedicated to serving the child support community, YoungWilliams has the specialized expertise necessary to provide comprehensive legal representation to government child support agencies. Its affiliate, YoungWilliams P.A., has represented clients throughout the nation since 1962 and has been reviewed and rated by Martindale-Hubbell for legal ability and ethical attributes and has been judged by the peer review process used by Martindale-Hubbell as qualifying for its highest ratings for both legal and ethical attributes (“A+” for legal abilities and “V” for ethical attributes).

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