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25-381.17 - Orders; duration of effectiveness; reconciliation agreement
25-381.17. Orders; duration of effectiveness; reconciliation agreement
A. The judge of the conciliation court shall have full power to make, alter, modify, and enforce all orders or temporary orders, orders for custody of children, restraining orders, preliminary injunctions and orders affecting possession of property, as may appear just and equitable, but such orders shall not be effective for more than the period of the stay under section 25-381.18, unless the parties mutually consent to a continuation of such time.
B. Any reconciliation agreement between the parties may be reduced to writing and, with the consent of the parties, a court order may be made requiring the parties to comply fully therewith.