Daake Law Office is a transactional law practice located in Oxford, Nebraska.
Daake Law offers a interdisciplinary practice to meet ther diverse needs of our clients. From DUI and criminal defense, to family law or real estate, if you have a legal problem, Daake Law will provide the appropriate advice. And if your matter requires a a specialist in the field, Mr. Daake can recommend a skilled and trusted attorney to represent you. Please contact us for a legal consultation.
Daake Law Office is a premier, client-oriented, rural law practice. We strive to achieve results that exceed expectations through our commitment to our clients, our community, and our profession.
Daake Law Office provides local solutions to the complex issues facing rural clients. Daake Law is committed to remaining ascessible, efficient, responsive, and technologically sophisticated. Foremost, we seek to establish trust and respect in the attorney-client relationship. At Daake Law, Our Mission is to provide excellent legal representation and quality customer service with integrity, professionalism, and respect for our clients and our community.
News & Publications
Custody Issues: Adoption, Relinquishment, and Termination
I recently had a client ask about the Nebraska law related to the "abandonment" of minor children. My client's ex-wife had moved out of state some time ago, and had little to no contact with their daughter for a number of years. Meanwhile, the client had remarried and his new wife had willingly accepted client's daughter from the prior marriage into their home. The client's new wife now wishes to adopt the child as her own. Because this scenario presents several common and compelling family law issues, I thought I would provide a quick summary of the relevant Nebraska law.
Jury Acquits Daake Law Client in Phelps County District Court
On February 11, 2016, a Daake Law client was found not guilty after a multi-day jury trial in the Phelps County District Court. The client had been charged with strangulation and sexual assault and potentially faced years in prison and fifteen years on the sexual offender registry, among other penalties.
If you have been charged with a crime, don't plead guilty until you have consulted with an attorney. You may have rights and defenses available that may affect the disposition of your case.
FOR A LEGAL CONSULTATION
Daake Law Office, LLC
Justin M. Daake, Esq.
312 Ogden Street
P.O. Box 188
Oxford, NE 68967
Areas of Practice
Guardianships and Conservatorships
Real Estate Law