Omaha Probate Lawyer

Serving Clients Throughout the Omaha Region in Eastern Nebraska

Reisinger Booth, P.C., L.L.O., in Omaha, offers a full range of legal services for individuals and families seeking help with matters relating to Nebraska probate laws. We recognize that probate matters are about more than just controlling the distribution of an estate. Often, an elderly or infirm person's dignity and liberty are involved. Probate actions can be among the most emotional legal matters.

Our services include:

  • Guardianship over a person of minor age and over an adult
  • Conservatorship over the estate of a minor child and an incapacitated adult
  • Litigation involving contested guardianship or conservatorship status
  • Contested will litigation
  • Disputes and litigation involving trusts and fiduciary duties of trustees
  • Contested powers of attorney
  • Contested advance health care directives

Estate Administration

When an estate holder dies, it is often left to a surviving spouse, adult child or family representative to deal with the final affairs of probate and administration. Often, the executor of the will, family member or personal representative does not even live in the Omaha region. Our firm offers complete services for helping your family handle probate matters, including dealing with creditors, closing outstanding contractual obligations, transfer of assets and property and other administrative matters.

Elder Abuse

If you suspect that the conservator or primary caretaker of an elderly parent or loved one in your family is taking financial advantage of having access to the bank account, talk to an attorney on our probate law team. We can recognize the signs of possible embezzlement or theft by fraud and will pursue appropriate legal actions on your loved one's behalf.

Estate Planning and Asset Preservation

We also offer transactional services to help your family protect the assets of your estate from probate court, in the event of a major life event or the death of an estate holder:

  • Wills, will modifications
  • Trusts, living trusts, charitable trusts, special needs trusts
  • Powers of attorney for health care and financial decisions
  • Advance health care directives

We can also show you legal instruments that can automatically transfer property to your surviving spouse or loved ones, without the uncertainties of probate court.

Experienced Douglas County Estate Administration Attorney

From offices in Omaha, our lawyers advise and represent clients in communities throughout Douglas County, Cass County, Sarpy County, Saunders County, Dodge County and Washington County in eastern Nebraska. Contact us to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced Omaha probate attorneys today.