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Posted: Saturday, January 4, 2014 7:30 am

LINCOLN, Neb. – Baylor Evnen Curtiss Grimit & Witt, LLP, a full service law firm in Lincoln, is pleased to announce the addition of Brett E. Ebert to the firm.

Ebert is a member of the firm’s Business & Commercial and Trusts & Estates practice groups.

Her practice includes estate planning, estate administration, intellectual property, real estate law, entity formation, and planning for charitable giving.

Ebert has a long history at Baylor Evnen working as a runner during her undergraduate years, then subsequently as a Law Clerk while attending the University of Nebraska College Of Law.

Ebert was one of eight law students involved in the inaugural year of the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic at the College of Law and is very involved in mentoring the professional growth of women.

She is a member of the Nebraska State Bar Association, Nebraska Women’s Bar Association and Lincoln Bar Association.

Growing up in Lexington, Ebert worked at the Dairy Queen owned by her family for more than 60 years.

Currently, she and her husband live in Lincoln and enjoy time with family and friends.

Located in downtown Lincoln, Baylor Evnen assists corporations, both large and small, as well as individuals and families.

The firm has extensive experience in business and commercial law, condemnation, employment, estate planning and probate, family law, commercial and individual litigation, real estate and land use, transportation and workers’ compensation.

Learn more by visiting www.BaylorEvnen.com.

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