July 2015 | Lasu v. Issak, 868 N.W. 2d 79 (Neb. Ct. App. 2015)

Lasu v. Issak (Nebraska 2015)

When a household has a combined monthly income below the poverty level, a minimum support order is appropriate. A non-custodial parent cannot be treated as an individual when he is the head of a household with a household income below the poverty level. Courts have great discretion when dealing with multiple families, but cannot enter orders that benefit one family at the expense of the others.

Lasu v. Issak.pdf

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