Thompson Law Office has worked with many homeowners associations across southeast Nebraska, including townhome and condominium owners associations with assessment lien authority. We carefully monitor developments in Nebraska law and seek to have a positive influence on the law affecting homeowners associations where possible. To that end, we alert you to a troubling bill that has.
Weeds thrive during droughts. The same can be said for the tough times in our lives — we often emerge with metaphorical weeds that need to be pulled to restore some sense of normalcy. Those weeds may seriously affect our finances or our relationships. Competent Omaha attorneys can assist you with “legal weeding” — and.
Attorney Nick Halbur has published an article on long-term care planning, emphasizing the “4 Ds” — Death, Divorce, Debt. and Disability. The article emphasizes the importance of long-term care to effective estate plans. Mr. Halbur’s article is published in the May/June 2012 issue of The Nebraska Lawyer, the official publication of the Nebraska State Bar Association. The.
Thompson Law Office in Omaha is pleased to welcome Terry White as a new attorney with the law firm. Ms. White is an experienced litigator whose legal practice has included working with two of Omaha’s most well-respected law firms prior to joining Thompson Law Office. Her experience has included work for both plaintiffs and defendants. .
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Thompson Law Office is pleased to welcome attorney Nicholas Halbur to the firm. Nick is a 2006 graduate of the University of St. Thomas School of Law and a 2003 graduate of Creighton University. After law school, Nick spent several years as the supervising attorney for the Elder Law Practice Group of the Interprofessional Center.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Carroll Webster, Jr., Tribal Emergency Manager, 402-837-5368 Amen Sheridan, Tribal Chairperson, 402-837-5391, ext. 1 Ben Thompson, Tribal Attorney, 402-330-3060, ext. 111 Reservation flooding worsens Omaha Tribe’s financial struggles Macy, Nebraska, Omaha Indian Reservation (June 21, 2011) – Just when things were starting to look up for the Omaha Tribe, flooding of.
The Omaha Tribe of Nebraska, which occupies the Omaha Indian Reservation in northeast Nebraska, has been particularly hard hit by the flooding along the Missouri River. The Reservation straddles the river and includes land on both the Nebraska and Iowa sides. Floodwaters have completely surrounded the Omaha Tribe’s casino near Onawa, Iowa, and flooded.