Hightower Reff Law Announces New Attorney and New Office Space 10/23/18 10/23/18 10:57:18 AM
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Hightower Reff Law Announces
New Attorney and New Office Space
Hightower Reff Law, an Omaha law firm, concentrating on two areas of law – family and criminal – has announced the expansion of services to include estate planning, probate and guardianship through the hiring of Tosha Rae Heavican.
Heavican, who earned her undergrad degree from Doane College and her JD degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law, has worked in private practice since obtaining her law license.
Passionate about helping people, she has served as a court visitor on many cases involving adult disabled persons and helped families navigate the probate system following a death in the family.
When Hightower Reff was founded in 2012 the practice had three attorneys and one staff. In the last year, the firm doubled its number of attorneys. Revenue has driven the expansion with cumulative revenue growth exceeding 100 percent year-over-year since 2013.
“We advocate for our clients. We make them feel important as though they are our only case at any given time,” said Tracy Hightower-Henne, a founding partner of the firm. “We’ve taken this approach because we believe our clients deserve our very best and someone who specializes in what they need at this exact moment in their life.”
Hightower Reff Law’s growth is in part due to its culture. In fact, it outgrew its space this year and have moved to new offices at 10110 Nicholas Street.
“I know our growth is directly related to our culture,” said Susan Reff, founding partner. “We encourage our clients – and support each other. Over the course of the last six years we have expanded to provide everything our clients need to get through a difficult time.”
For more information about Hightower Reff please visit their website at www.hrlawomaha.com.