Nebraska Bankruptcy Court -

     The District of Nebraska is part of the United States Bankruptcy Court (Eighth Circuit). The district serves all 93 counties of the Nebraska with offices and courthouses in the cities of Omaha and Lincoln.

     The Chief Bankruptcy Judge is Honorable Thomas L. Saladino and the Clerk of Court is Diane L. Zech. Listed below is a list of addresses, telephone numbers and names of individuals to contact in regards to questions about your case.

Omaha Court

     Omaha is the main office for the District of Nebraska Contact information for the Omaha Court is as follows; Roman L. Hruska United States Courthouse, 111 South 18th Plaza, Suite 1125 Omaha NE 68102 / Telephone: 402-661-7444.

Lincoln Court

     Contact information for the Bankruptcy Courthouse and offices in Lincoln is as follows; Robert V. Denney United States Courthouse, 100 Centennial Mall North, Room 460, Lincoln NE 68508 Telephone: 402-437-1625. Lisa Smith at (402) 437-1625 is Deputy-in-Charge of the Lincoln Court.

     Please note; The Omaha and Lincoln Courthouses are open Monday through Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM except designated federal government holidays.


     In the Nebraska Bankruptcy Court, two judges are listed. Thomas L. Saladino is the Chief Judge for the Court. He is located in the Lincoln Courthouse (see above) and his telephone number is (402) 437-1620. Judge Timothy J. Mahoney is located at the Omaha Courthouse (see above) and his telephone number is (402) 661-7480.

     The law clerk for both judges is Joan Krammer. Her telephone number for Hon. Timothy Mahoney is (402) 661-7484 and for Hon. Thomas Saladino, the telephone number is (402) 437-1616.

Clerk of the Court

     Two contact numbers are listed for the office of Diane Zech (Clerk of the Court). In Omaha her telephone number is 402-661-7444 and in Lincoln her telephone number is 402-437-1625.



     The names and telephone numbers of the trustees are listed on the Nebraska Bankruptcy Trustees page of this section.

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