At Vacanti Shattuck, Divorce Attorney in Omaha, NE, we recognize how challenging it can be to find an attorney you can trust to help you effectively resolve complicated legal issues threatening those important relationships and family members in your life.
The members of the firm began practice together in 1994 under the law firm known as Cohen Vacanti Higgins Shattuck. Attorneys Chris Vacanti and Kelly Shattuck have formed a new firm now known as Vacanti Shattuck.
Since 1994, our attorneys have focused exclusively on family law. Limiting our practice in this way allows us to provide our clients the most effective representation. Our practice involves issues related to divorce, modification, alimony, custody, ...About Vacanti Shattuck Attorneys
“Mr. Shattuck is the best family law attorney available and I would highly recommend him to anyone going through a divorce or custody case. He has a complete command of the law and...”Sandra
“I could not be more pleased with the level of service and professionalism I received from Kelly Shattuck. This is the 2nd time I’ve had to use his services and I have not been let down...”Brian
“Kelly represented my son in a recent case. He was very professional and on the day of trial, he covered every aspect of the case in order for the judge to have a clear understanding...”Donna
“We have used Kelly’s services twice over the last several years and he was poised and professional. I would recommend this firm to anyone that needed legal representation.”Lori
“VS has honest, conscientious, and ethical people who are excellent to work with even during hard times like divorce. Couldn’t imagine going through this without them!”Carmen
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