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Court: Iowa Custody Dispute Belongs in Nebraska

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Nebraska appeals court has ruled that an Iowa judge shouldn't have decided a custody dispute involving two boys from Omaha, even though their mother now lives in Iowa.

The three-judge panel of the Nebraska Court of Appeals said Tuesday that a Douglas County judge in Omaha should determine the case.

Court records say Francis M. Zimmerman and Tiffany L. Biggs are the unwed parents of two boys who were born in Omaha, one in 2010 and the other in 2013. Biggs moved to Creston, Iowa, last year, and filed a domestic violence protection order against Zimmerman. An Iowa judge granted the order and awarded her temporary custody of both children.

Zimmerman sought custody in Douglas County, where a judge ruled the Iowa court had already decided the matter.

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