Edward F. Hoffman

Phone: 402-477-2233
Toll Free: 888-546-2232
Fax: 402-477-2286




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Edward Hoffman

Practice Areas:

  • Healthcare Law
  • Creditors Rights
  • Probate practice/Estate Planning
  • Civil Litigation/Tort claims
  • Restitution of Premises
  • Adoptions/Guardianships/Conservatorships

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Law:

  • Nebraska
  • U.S. District Court (D. Neb.)
  • Iowa
  • California (Inactive status)



    • Pepperdine University, B.S., 1991
    • University of Nebraska College of Law, J.D., 1997

Legal/Professional Affiliations:

  • Fellow, American Bar Foundation
    • Membership limited to less than one percent of lawyers licensed in each jurisdiction
  • Nebraska State Bar Association, House of Delegates, District 3
  • Lincoln Bar Association
  • Iowa State Bar Association
  • California State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • American Collector’s Association, Attorney State Chair for the State of Nebraska

Community Involvement:

  • Nebraska State Commission on Problem Gambling, Chair
    • Appointed by Governor
  • City of Lincoln Cable Advisory Board, Chair
  • Adjunct Associate Professor – Doane University (2007 – Present)
  • Lancaster County Condemnation Board (By appointment)
  • Robert Van Pelt Inns of Court, Master of the Bench (2013 – Present)
  • NATA, Board Member
  • Cub Scout Pack 24, Committee Chair (former)

Speaking Engagements:

  • Lecturer and Presenter: Legal Education – Nebraska Eldercare: Informed Consent and Advanced Directives, 1998
  • Lecturer and Presenter: BryanLGH, Madonna, Mary Lanning – Admission/Consent Issues, Collection Practices, Intake Protocol, 2002-present
  • Lecturer and Presenter: NE Chiro Physicians Assoc – NE Medical Provider Lien Statute Application and Amendments, 2008
  • Lecturer and Presenter: NE Bar Assoc/Young Lawyers (CLE) – Post Judgment Collection Practices And Applicable Statutes, 2010
  • Lecturer and Presenter: NE/Lincoln Legal Professionals Association – Unauthorized Practice Of Law – Ethical Dilemmas, 2010
  • Lecturer and Presenter: National Business Collection Law Institute (CLE) – The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Locating Debtors and Garnishment, 2010
  • Lecturer and Presenter: National Business Institute (CLE) – Collection Law From Start To Finish, 2011
  • Lecturer and Presenter: Applying the Rules of Evidence, 2013
  • Lecturer and Presenter: Building Your Civil Litigation Skills, 2014

On a Personal Note

Ed and his wife are long-time residents of the Lancaster County area and have raised their four children here. Ed enjoys spending time with his family, jogging, golf and teaching.

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Effective March 1, 2012