February 2016 | 874 N.W. 2d 453, 292 Neb. 827 (2016)

Stevens v. Stevens (Nebraska 2016)

The order being appealed must be a final order, not a conditional order. The Order in this case adopted recommendations made by a child support referee, but gave the parties 14 days to make exceptions to the recommendations. Because the finality of the order was conditioned on the parties taking or not taking exceptions, it was not final for appeal purposes.



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