South Salt Creek, Nebraska

David R Webb, Attorney at Law

David R Webb, Attorney at Law

421 S 9th St., Ste 105
Lincoln, NE 68508
(402) 477-7577
David R Webb, Attorney at Law, Divorce and Family Attorneys, Services, Lincoln, Nebraska

If you’re facing legal issues, you need a knowledgeable lawyer to advise you and represent your case. David R. Webb, Attorney at Law, has 30 years of experience serving clients in Lincoln, NE, in various areas of the law, including family, business, and estate and probate law.

If you’re going through a divorce, you can count on this attorney to help resolve your custody case, child support, and visitation issues. David also deals with other complicated family matters, such as estate planning. This includes the establishment of wills and trusts, to ensure your loved ones are protected after you’re gone.

Whether you’re just starting your own enterprise and need help deciding what structure is right for your company, or are an established organization that needs help negotiating contracts, this lawyer is well-versed in business law. If you’ve experienced a breach of contract with a customer or subcontractor, David has the knowledge and civil litigation expertise necessary to secure you the best possible outcome.

Whatever your situation, this attorney takes the time to fully understand the details of your situation and will work closely with you to determine the best solution for your case. Committed to open communication, he educates his clients on their options to ensure they know what to expect and can make good, informed decisions.

David R. Webb, Attorney at Law, is committed to furthering his education to ensure he stays up to date on the latest changes to the law. When you need reliable legal representation, this experienced and devoted lawyer will go to bat for you. Call the office at (402) 477-7577 or contact David online to schedule a consultation today.

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