Who is the #1 law firm in Omaha?

That depends on what you are looking for in a law firm. Some firms are larger than others. Some are more expensive than others. Some firms specialize in bankruptcy or banking or insurance law. A better question might be, "Which law firm is best for you?".

I help ordinary people who have a problem. I don't work for insurance companies, banks, or large corporations. Because I have a smaller office with only a few law clerks to help me, I am affordable for the people who need me the most. If you need help and don't want to pay for a large team of lawyers to work on your case, then call me to see if I can help you.

I work very much like the family doctor that you see for all of your routine complaints and check-ups. Most problems we can take care of immediately. Sometimes you might have a problem so unique, that we call in a specialist. I work the same way with you, by consulting with other lawyers on specialized matters.

How personal lawyers work...

Personal lawyers have been common for many years to the very wealthy and to businesses. The wealthy often have their 'family lawyer' or 'family firm' on retainer to represent all of their legal issues. Sometimes these relationships will span several generations within the family. Small businesses will also frequently retain a law firm to serve as their general counsel for all issues. The general counsel works very much like a personal lawyer by handling routine matters and giving general advice; then working as a legal manager to coordinate the efforts of several attorneys on more complicated problems.

There is a growing number of private lawyers who are now offering this model of service to small businesses, families, and individuals as a personal lawyer. A personal lawyer serves you by consulting with other attorneys who specialize in unique areas of the law. In very complicated cases, a personal lawyer may retain other attorneys to work on a portion of your case and the personal lawyer serves as a legal manager for you to make certain the work is done efficiently and economically.

D.A. "Duke" Drouillard

Drouillard Law, LLC
1603 Farnam St.
Omaha, NE 68102

Office: (402) 905-2100
Fax: (402) 905-2101

By Appointment Only

Practice Areas

Duke Drouillard is a Nebraska lawyer, attorney, and counselor at law who provides legal services to the communities of Omaha, Bellevue, Millard, Bennington, Irvington, West Omaha, South Omaha, Papillion, La Vista, and Gretna in Douglas County, Washington County, and Sarpy County of Eastern Nebraska. Duke Drouillard provides estate planning services in the form of wills, trusts, special needs trusts, IRA trusts, family trusts, legacy trusts, heritage trusts, revocable living trusts (RLT), irrevocable life insurance trusts (ILIT), advanced medical directives (living will), general power of attorney (POA), medical power of attorney (MPOA), limited power of attorney (LPOA), durable power of attorney (DPOA), HIPAA releases, and planning for special needs children. Duke Drouillard offers probate services to probate a new estate, reopen a closed estate, assist personal representatives or executors, defend challenges to wills, administer a trust, advise trustees, pay inheritance tax, estate tax, generation skipping tax (GST), and gift tax. Duke Drouillard is located in the Farm Credit Building at 206 S. 19th St., #336 Omaha, NE 68102. Duke Drouillard practices criminal defense work for those charged with a crime, misdemeanor or felony, in federal, state, and county courts. If you have been arrested for drugs, marijuana, meth, crack cocaine, assault, robbery, burglary, rape, sex crime, child pornography, white collar crime, embezzlement, theft, shoplifting, DUI, DWI, intoxicated, shooting, gun possession, domestic violence, killing, murder, or attempted murder please call Duke Drouillard to day to inquire about hiring him as your lawyer. Duke Drouillard also practices in juvenile court in the separate juvenile court of douglas county to defend parents charged with neglect or abuse of their children based on their child's involvement with CPS or DHHS. Duke Drouillard also represents children, kids, and minors charged with status offenses like truancy or delinquency offenses like shoplifting, assault, burglary, robbery, or drugs.