Attorney Frank Younes frequently represents individuals and business in various kinds of legal matters, including: personal injury, wrongful death, business and contract formation and litigation, family law, divorces, and real estate litigation. He provides insightful consultations and recommendations to his clients prior to litigation and through out the litigation process. Frank has conducted countless trials in the District and County Courts across the State of Nebraska with great success. He attributes his success to his hard work ethic, strong ethical standing, care for his clients, ability to develop and prepare a case for trial, and skill in presenting evidence to the Court.
In his success Frank has:
Received many favorable rulings in business litigation cases by both Summary Judgments and Trial wins.
Recovered monies for personal injury and wrongful death clients totaling millions of dollars.
Obtained positive results in Real Estate disputes both by litigation and quick resolution of the issues outside of court.
Received winning judgments following trials in many divorce and child custody cases before the various District Courts throughout the State of Nebraska.
Successfully represented Appellants in the Court of Appeals of Iowa.
Assisted aspiring entrepreneurs in forming countless businesses and setting them up for success.
In his down time Frank enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, biking, and developing new business concepts.
Frank Younes is a Nebraska native who earned his Juris Doctor from Creighton University School of Law. Prior to that he obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. The combination of these types of education has provided him with a sharpened focus on applying his education to his litigation practice. He can artfully compute and explain finances and damages as they may impact any given case, whether it be wrongful death, personal injury, business and contract litigation, or complex high asset divorces. While attending law school he gained additional legal experience working as a law clerk in the District Court, where he assisted the District Court Judges in determining the outcomes of various types of cases. He then went on to be mentored by one of the most respected members of the Omaha legal community.