Brent Nicholls graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with an honors... more
Brent Nicholls graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with an honors degree in finance in 1990. He went on to receive his law degree from Rutgers University and an LLM (Master of Law) Tax degree from N.Y.U. His three principle practice areas include: 1. Taxation issues such as IRS collection appeals, audit work, offers-in-compromise and corporate structuring2. Intellectual Property m... view profile
As an attorney, I am a general practitioner with focus in the areas of civil... more
As an attorney, I am a general practitioner with focus in the areas of civil litigation, business law, and real estate. In my civil litigation practice, I represent individuals and businesses in resolving various legal issues, including disputes arising from accidents causing personal injury, as well as cases involving medical malpractice, breach of contract, construction projects, debt collec... view profile
I am an entrepreneur and husband to a successful pediatrician; thus, in my work as a... more
I am an entrepreneur and husband to a successful pediatrician; thus, in my work as a lawyer, I’m drawn to help other entrepreneurs and those in the medical field. In this respect, my work at Belin Law is simply an extension of who I am. My "side business" at Omaha Sports Academy also, allows me to channel my passion for the game of basketball.
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