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Lincoln is not only the capital and second most populated city in Nebraska, but has also been home to Dick Cheney, Hilary Swank, and Johnny Carson. The city of Lincoln plays host to great attractions such as the Lincoln Children’s Museum, Alice Abel Arboretum, and the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia Museum.
Since Lincoln is such a standout city, it shouldn’t surprise you to find out that it is also home to some of the best lawyers in Lancaster County. Lawyers in Lincoln are able to cater to your specific legal needs, covering a wide range of legal areas, like bankruptcy, business contracts, real estate, immigration, and divorce.
Recently in Lincoln, University of Nebraska ex-professor Alan Blezek lost his lawsuit against the Board of Regents in Lancaster County District Court. Blezek of Lincoln sued the board over $276,000 he maintained was owed to him through unused vacation pay, but was only awarded pay for 392 of the 4,392 hours he had accumulated.
If you are filing for divorce in Lincoln, you will likely find yourself in the Third District County Court. This Nebraska County Court handles most cases in Lincoln, including torts, contracts, real property up to $51,000, and small claims up to $2,700. If you are facing felony charges or have a real property case above $51,000, you will instead go to the Lancaster County District Court, located in Lincoln.
LegalMatch is an online matching service that will help pair you with a local Lincoln lawyer available. Also, check out the LegalCenter’s online law library and forums section if you are interested in doing some preliminary research.
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