Rule 6. Pleadings.

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Rule 6. Pleadings.

   6.1. All pleadings, motions, affidavits, and proposed orders shall comply with Nebraska Supreme Court Rules as to size, text, and fonts:

   a.Pleadings shall contain the name, address, Nebraska State Bar Association number, telephone number, and email address of the attorney preparing and filing said pleadings and all other information as required by current Supreme Court Rules; and
   b. Pleadings shall include the caption of the case, designate the reason/purpose for the motion, and state on whose behalf it is filed.

   6.2. After the filing of a petition, any party filing a pleading, motion, or proposed order shall serve a copy of the same upon all attorneys of record or self-represented litigants. A copy of the motion and proposed order shall be emailed to the assigned Probation Officer and Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Child and Family Services Specialist.

   6.3. Service by the court-authorized service provider shall be sufficient unless service by some other means is required.
   6.4. Any document filed after the petition shall contain a certificate of service.
   6.5. Counsel and self-represented litigants shall not attach an exhibit to any pleading or motion or file with the Clerk of the Court, any document designated as not open to inspection or described as a confidential record under Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-2,108, except as the filing of a confidential document or record is allowed by the court-authorized service provider for transmitting documents to trial and appellate courts.