Co-Parenting for Successful Kids Class

Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is an educational program for families in the process of divorce, or who are interested in custody modification or paternity proceedings. The class will help parents understand the impact on their children and provide concrete steps parents can take to help their children succeed through the process.

Co-Parenting for Successful Kids is available throughout Nebraska to help meet the needs of divorcing families and children and meet the requirements of the New Parent Act as amended by LB 554 in 2007.

The Nebraska Co-parenting for Successful Kids webpage is available in English or Spanish.

On-line classes are available in the Panhandle. More information is available from Early Child Development Nebraska Extension or by contacting the Scotts Bluff County Extension Office at 308-632-1480 or

The National Agricultural Law Center recently published “Family Law Issues in Agriculture,” a fact sheet series covering legal issues for farm and ranch families going through divorce. Every farm and ranch divorce is as diverse as each family itself but it can include complex legal issues that are unique to farmers and ranchers. This series discusses child support, animal issues, nuptial agreements, estate planning concerns and much more.

You can access the Family Law Issues in Agricultural fact sheet series at: