The team of legal professionals at Thompson Law Office wishes our clients, colleagues, and friends a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday! Our office will be closed at noon on Christmas eve and all day Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. However, you can book a consultation at any time using our new online scheduler. Note.
This past summer, Thompson Law Office opened its branch office in Chadron, Nebraska, in rural Dawes County. Attorney Jane Long staffs the office, with support from the legal professionals in our West Omaha office. Our firm recognized that, like other rural communities, the population is under-served by legal professionals. Despite being a vibrant community with.
Thompson Law Office is pleased to announce that attorney Nick Halbur has been selected to participate in the Nebraska State Bar Association’s 2013-2014 Leadership Academy. Nick Halbur was selected to participate by demonstrating leadership and service to the legal community and to the City of Omaha. Mr. Halbur is a 2006 graduate of the University of St. Thomas School.
Thompson Law Office’s Nick Halbur presented on recent case law relevant to Medicaid planning in Nebraska to the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Elder Law Section as part of the section’s annual seminar on October 24, 2012. A person’s assets can face significant exposure to the high costs of long-term care. Practitioners need to stay up.
Thompson Law Office is pleased to announce that Gene M. Eckel, an attorney with the firm, has received Martindale-Hubbell®’s AV Peer Review Rating. This rating is bestowed on distinguished attorneys after an extensive and confidential peer review by members of the Bar and Judiciary. ”The Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings are a complimentary service to the bar.
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. .
On April 30, 2012, Thompson Law Office Attorney Nick Halbur will be teaching a live teleconference for the National Business Institute on Nursing Home Collection abuses. It is important for people in need of long-term care to understand their rights and to have a plan in place to secure payment for long-term care. Residents of.
We are embracing “limited scope representation.” Learn more at http://www.supremecourt.ne.gov/self-help/lim-scope-rep-client.pdf.
Our attorney Nick Halbur is now “an accredited attorney for the preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims for veterans benefits” before the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (“VA”).
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.