Ashley Albertsen and Melissa Oestmann have joined Smith Slusky as partners. Albertsen and Oestmann bring their thriving legal practices in criminal, domestic and tribal law to the firm. “Smith Slusky Law is proud and excited to welcome Ashley and Melissa to the firm,” said Dan Smith, “Their extensive abilities in criminal and domestic law is impressive. This brings our firm and clients unique and important legal knowledge to continue our level of excellence.” Oestmann and Albertsen graduated as classmates from Creighton School of Law in 2010. They practiced in a partnership of Oestmann and Albertsen prior to joining Smith Slusky. Oestmann’s expertise in domestic law has grown to include divorce, adoption and child custody, child support and guardianships. Oestmann works with clients to support and guide them towards their legal goals. Albertsen’s professional expertise is in criminal and domestic law. Her practice includes probate, protection orders and juvenile law. Albertsen works diligently to pursue justice for her clients. Proficiency in criminal and domestic law has led Albertsen to practice in the Winnebago and Ponca Tribal Courts, while Oestmann’s family law practice also led her to the Winnebago and Ponca Tribal Courts. “Tribal Law is a specialized practice that requires professionalism, skill and experience,” according to Jerry Slusky. “We are privileged to have Melissa and Ashley part of the Smith Slusky team.”
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