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Christopher D. Curzon

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Partner
Smith, Slusky, Pohren & Rogers, LLP
Meet the attorney
Licensed In
Iowa, Nebraska
Practice Areas
Business, Family & Personal, Estate Planning
About

Hi, I’m Chris.  I enjoy helping clients navigate legal issues and reach their personal objectives. 

I handle most personal matters including estate planning, financial and real estate.  And, I represent hundreds of small businesses in everything from transactions to litigation.

Over the years, I have learned to listen to clients in order to know what is important to them and to then guide them to that outcome.

Many people are intimidated by the law or feel that working with an attorney will be costly and difficult.  I want clients to know that I am there to help them, and it is important to me to be upfront about costs and to assist them in feeling a part of the process.

Why I Practice Law
I am an attorney because law can be a great tool to help us in our lives and assist us in our personal goals.
Fun Fact
I have recently taken up farming in Nicaragua.
Professional background
Education
Widener University School of Law

J.D., cum laude in Law, 1991

Brigham Young University

Economics

Experience
Smith, Slusky, Pohren & Rogers, LLP

Partner

1997-Present

Schmid, Mooney & Frederick PC

Associate

1992-1997

Nebraska Supreme Court, Honorable D. Nick Caporale

Law Clerk

1991-1992

Congressman Hal Daub (R-NE), United States Congress

District Representative

1986-1988

Congressman Hal Daub (R-NE), United State Congress

Campaign Manager

1986

United States House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.

Intern

1984

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (West Germany)

Representative

1981-1983

Associations
The Iowa State Bar Association

Member

2009-Present

Omaha Bar Association

Member

1991-Present

Nebraska State Bar Association

Member

1991-Present

Meet the attorney

Licensed In
  • Iowa
  • ,
  • Nebraska
Practice Areas
  • Business,
  • Family & Personal,
  • Estate Planning
About

Hi, I’m Chris.  I enjoy helping clients navigate legal issues and reach their personal objectives. 

I handle most personal matters including estate planning, financial and real estate.  And, I represent hundreds of small businesses in everything from transactions to litigation.

Over the years, I have learned to listen to clients in order to know what is important to them and to then guide them to that outcome.

Many people are intimidated by the law or feel that working with an attorney will be costly and difficult.  I want clients to know that I am there to help them, and it is important to me to be upfront about costs and to assist them in feeling a part of the process.

Why I Practice Law
I am an attorney because law can be a great tool to help us in our lives and assist us in our personal goals.
Fun Fact
I have recently taken up farming in Nicaragua.

Professional background

Education
Widener University School of Law - J.D., cum laude in Law, 1991
Brigham Young University - Economics
Experience
Smith, Slusky, Pohren & Rogers, LLP - Partner - 1997-Present
Schmid, Mooney & Frederick PC - Associate - 1992-1997
Nebraska Supreme Court, Honorable D. Nick Caporale - Law Clerk - 1991-1992
Congressman Hal Daub (R-NE), United States Congress - District Representative - 1986-1988
Congressman Hal Daub (R-NE), United State Congress - Campaign Manager - 1986
United States House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. - Intern - 1984
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (West Germany) - Representative - 1981-1983
Associations
The Iowa State Bar Association - Member - 2009-Present
Omaha Bar Association - Member - 1991-Present
Nebraska State Bar Association - Member - 1991-Present
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