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Fillman Law Offices, LLC | York Nebraska


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About Fillman Law Offices, LLC | York Nebraska

A law firm built on experience

Fillman Law Offices was established by Gordon Fillman in 1958 after he retired from active service as a legal officer for the United States Navy. He served for more than 40 years as the counsel for Perennial Public Power and remains on many public boards and committees. He practices primarily in the areas of wills, trusts, real estate, and corporate and business law.

Steven Fillman joined the firm in 1997 after serving for four years on active duty in the Navy JAG corps. He served as a Navy prosecutor and also handled hundreds of federal criminal appeals in Washington D.C. as a defense counsel in the JAG Corps.

Since returning to his hometown of York, Nebraska in 1997, Steven has been practicing  transactional law as well as criminal and civil litigation. He handles cases ranging from estate planning to wills, trusts, probate and real estate to family law, divorce, child custody, personal injury, and landlord-tenant cases.

Lisa Meyer joined Fillman Law Offices in 2011 after graduating from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law. Her areas of practice include family law, divorce, child custody, landlord-tenant, criminal law, juvenile law, civil litigation, and general practice.‚Äč

Serving the York County area in all major aspects of law 

We are proud to say our expertise spans a vast amount of legal services and practice areas for the York, NE area. We handle estate planning, wills, trusts, family law, corporate and business law, civil and criminal litigation, person injury, bankruptcy, transactional law, and family law such as divorce, child custody, personal injury and landlord tenant cases. If you are in a legal bind don’t hesitate to call us. We will handle your case with the utmost care and attention to detail.

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