Generally speaking, the property that you owned before marriage (“non-marital property”) is yours to keep after marriage, and the property that you acquired during marriage (“marital property”) must be divided between you and your spouse upon divorce, regardless of how the property was titled at the time it was acquired. While this is fairly straightforward,…

Angela Lennon has been selected to Super Lawyer’s 2016 Great Plains Rising Stars List. This is an honor reserved for attorneys who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. Congratulations, Angela!

Lindsay Belmont has joined the firm as an Associate Attorney. Lindsay graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Law in May 2014, earning her Juris Doctor with Distinction. During law school, she served as a law clerk in the areas of family law and public interest. After graduation, Lindsay worked for the Nebraska Child…

Angela Lennon was recently profiled in The Nebraska Lawyer!

Koenig|Dunne has been named Readers’ Choice Best of the Big O’s Best Divorce Attorney by The Reader Magazine!

As a coach, I love to see people excited and inspired to launch into their goals for the year ahead. Getting back to the gym, planning their vacation to the lake, or signing up for that budgeting 101 class. But even with the promise of a new year, many of us find it hard to…

I pull out the well-worn writing notebook I keep in my bedside table.  It is in these pages that I find notes from throughout the years, written visions I prepare at the end of one year – forecasting what I would most like to see in the next, and a summary of accomplishments, failures, and…

The biscotti baked, the bows on the boxes, and the Christmas brunch menu planned, I was happy as I awaited the one time a year when my sons return home from opposite coasts. My joy evaporated when one of my homeward bound boys got stuck in an airport over a thousand miles away. There were…

I have pulled it out of the red and green-topped box each year since my divorce.   The sole stocking left among my divorce residue  – a reminder of my divided family.  It is the stocking purchased when the dream of my future family was thriving.  I bought four stockings together, perhaps foolishly, during the pregnancy…