Knudsen Law Firm – We help you deal with it

Knudsen Law Attorneys 2019

Our Attorneys

Lawyers at the Knudsen Law Firm are admitted to practice in Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, and Colorado, so that we can meet your needs throughout the region.

Experienced Lawyers

Our Experience

Our experience allows us to quickly concentrate resources on the largest, most complex legal issues, while efficiently staffing smaller, less complex matters.

Knudsen Law History

Our History

With roots reaching back to our founding in 1881, we have the experience you need and a history we’re very proud of. The Honorable Jesse B. Strode is credited with being the founder of what would eventually become the Knudsen Law Firm in 1881.

Knudsen Law - We Help You Deal With It Video
Knudsen Law Helps Video

More About Knudsen Law

The Knudsen Law Firm is a full-service law firm with a singular focus on client satisfaction, achieved by resolving or preventing the challenges our clients face. No matter what situation you or your loved ones are facing, we help you deal with it. Our attorneys have the expertise, skill, understanding and experience to tackle the legal issues you’re faced with, whether from a personal injury, an employment situation, or matters related to your own family.

Our unique team-based approach means you can be confident you’re receiving the best possible service and legal advice from our distinguished team of lawyers, paralegals and other staff working together on behalf of our clients. Our approach is straightforward. We listen to you. We talk to each other. We work together–on your behalf. We satisfy our clients.

Recent Blog Posts from Knudsen Law

Sydney Aase sworn into Iowa State Bar

Knudsen Law Firm is proud to announce that Sydney Aase has been sworn into the Iowa State Bar. Her oath was administered by Iowa Supreme Court Justice Susan Christensen at the Shelby County Courthouse in Harlan, Iowa on June 18, 2019. Sydney looks forward to assisting her clients in Nebraska and Iowa. Contact Sydney at […]

CHANGES TO RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD TENANT ACT

By:  Trev E. Peterson The Legislature made significant changes to two provisions of the Residential Landlord Tenant Act. LB 433, which was passed in May and will be effective on September 3, 2019, made changes to a residential landlord’s duties regarding accounting for and returning tenant deposits and extended the cure period on three day […]

Service by Publication – Read the Statute

Service by Publication By:  Trev E. Peterson In Francisco v. Gonzalez, 301 Neb. 1045, ___ N.W.2d ___ (2019), the mother of two minor children sought a judicial determination of paternity and custody and for the district court to make findings that would have allowed for special juvenile status under federal immigration law. The mother moved […]

What are Statutes of Limitations?

By: Sydney C. Aase A statute of limitations bars a claim after a specific time period has passed. A plaintiff must bring a lawsuit before the statute of limitations period ends. If the plaintiff does not bring suit before the period ends, the defendant will be able to assert a defense based on the statute […]