Samuel R. O’Neill
Areas of Practice:
Corporate & Business Law, Energy Law, Estate & Trust Planning, Probate & Trust Administration
Samuel R. O’Neill is a member of the Business and Trust & Estate Planning teams at AKC Law. Before joining the firm, he practiced Estate Planning, Litigation, Family Law, and Criminal Law for a firm in York, Nebraska.
In his Estate Planning and Probate practice, Sam prides himself on providing trustworthy and reliable advice to clients and their families. He can present concepts clearly and concisely, whether it is in the realm of estate planning, asset protection, or estate settlement and probate. Sam works to reduce the risk of fiduciary disputes, but when disagreements occur, he has thoughtful strategies to effectively represent individuals, trustees, executors, administrators, guardians, conservators, and beneficiaries in matters related to estates, trusts, conservatorships, guardianships, and other related estate matters.
Sam also practices Transactional Law. He regularly creates and forms legal entities, drafts and negotiates contracts, and advises on general commercial and compliance matters.
Sam received his B.A. in Political Science and History from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. He earned his J.D. from the Nebraska College of Law with a concentration in Litigation and is a graduate of the Dan Jewell Trial Institute. He is a member of the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys and a member of the Nebraska State Bar Association.
J.D., Nebraska College of Law
B.S., Political Science, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
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