Maureen Freeman-Caddy joined the firm in 1993. She is a native of North Bend, Nebraska. Ms. Freeman-Caddy graduated from the University of Nebraska with highest distinction with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Honors and Agricultural Economics in 1990.
She graduated with distinction from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 1993. During law school, she served as a law clerk for the Lancaster County District Court. She worked as an economic assistant for the Foreign Agricultural Service in Washington, D.C. and has also served as Deputy Saunders County Attorney.
Ms. Freeman-Caddy was a founding member of the Saunders County Child Abuse Treatment Team. Her practice includes Guardianship, Adoptions, and Family Law as well as Estate Planning, Probate, and Farm and Business Planning.
|Born||February 4, 1968
|Education||B.S. in Agricultural Economics – University of Nebraska, Highest Distinction
Juris Doctorate – University of Nebraska College of Law, Distinction
|Emphasis||Estate Planning & Probates, Agricultural Law, Natural Resources, Creditor Rights, Family and Juvenile Law, Business Organization Law, and Guardianship & Adoption, Real Estate|
|Organizations and Service||Member of Nebraska Bar Association, Past President of University of Nebraska College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Board, Board Member of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association, Past President, Secretary, and Treasurer of Eagle Vision, Inc., Secretary of Agricultural Law Section of Nebraska Bar Association, Chairperson of Professional Enhancement Committee, Board Member of Public Service Committee, and a Member of the Second and Fifth Judicial District Nominating Commissions. President of the Wahoo Chamber of Commerce and President of the Saunders County Bar Association. President Elect of Wahoo Area Kiwanis. Troop Committee Chair of Troop 33, Boy Scouts of American. She also served as Deputy Saunders County Attorney.|