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In Nebraska, there are several alternatives to suing in small claims court. You can try to settle the case out of court, you can participate in mediat ... read more
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NE Filing a Small Claims Suit
Before you file a small claims suit, consider the time, effort and expense required to assert your claim. Make sure that you have some proof of the debt such as a receipt, note, bill of sale, warranty or a witness. If at all possible, try to settle your dispute out of court. When a reasonable agreement ... Read more

NE Alternatives to Small Claims Court
In Nebraska, there are several alternatives to suing in small claims court. You can try to settle the case out of court, you can participate in mediation, you can file a complaint with a government agency or you can retain an attorney to represent you in county court. Settlement Before filing a small ... Read more

NE Collecting the Judgment
Don't think the small claims process is over just because you filed a claim, went to trial and won a court judgment. You may need to take action and spend money to enforce the judgment. The collection process can be time consuming and there's no guarantee that the debtor will pay you the amount owed. ... Read more

NE Small Claims Trials
After the complaint has been filed and the defendant served, both sides need to prepare their case for court. The judge will decide the case based on the evidence presented by you and the other party. Therefore, you should come to court prepared to prove your case. Write a Case Summary As part of your ... Read more

NE What is Small Claims Court
In Nebraska, small claims court is a division of county court and the hearings are conducted by a county judge. Small claims court provides a prompt and inexpensive way to resolve minor disputes. The amount owed or dollar value of property must not be more than $2,700. Court procedure is informal and ... Read more

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