A Father-Son Team Who Will Treat You With Respect

At Whelan Law Office in Omaha, we believe that your concerns matter. In fact, pursuing the very best results possible for you is a job we take very seriously.

From the very first time you speak to us, you will see that we are not your average law firm. We treat every client with the utmost respect, and we never judge our clients. If you were accused of a crime, we will do everything we can to protect your freedom and reputation. If your parental rights or financial interests are in danger, we will aggressively work to protect your interests.

Whether you need picked up from jail, help getting your vehicle and property back, a ride to the airport, or an evening or weekend appointment, we are here for you.

Our Nebraska law firm was founded by attorney Lawrence G. Whelan in 1990. He is joined in practice by his son, Dennis G. Whelan. Both are skilled trial lawyers who are proud to provide aggressive representation and strategic legal counsel in criminal defense and family law matters.

Learn about their backgrounds and qualifications by clicking on the individual profile links below:

What To Expect At The First Consultation With Us

Rest assured that the initial consultation is absolutely free. You don't have to pay a penny to meet with us the first time. When you come into our Omaha office, you will be greeted by our receptionist and asked to fill out a form with basic information. Then, you'll meet with either one or both of our lawyers and a legal assistant.

Our goal is to help you feel comfortable and understood. We will take the time to listen carefully to your case. Then, we will explain the legal process, your rights and your options for moving forward. We won't put pressure on you to hire us. That decision is completely up to you. It is important that you feel comfortable with the attorney you retain.

We encourage you to call us 24/7 at 402-513-0504 or email our firm to set up your free consultation as soon as possible. We look forward to speaking with you.