Sikyta Law Office
About Our Firm
Sikyta Law Office was established in 1980 in Ord, Nebraska, by Curtis A. Sikyta. Mr. Sikyta has practiced in Ord since 1978 and served as Valley County Attorney for three terms, maintaining his private practice throughout that time. In 2010, his daughter, Heather L. Sikyta, joined the family firm.
The general practice firm provides its clients with legal services in areas including family law, banking and finance, financial disputes, corporations and business organizations, business transactions, agricultural organizations and transactions, real estate, estate planning, probate, appellate practice, juvenile and criminal law. We represent businesses of all sizes, as well as institutional, governmental and individual clients. We are community oriented, serving on numerous boards and committees and providing legal services for many organizations.
Our main location is in Ord in the main level or the Ord Professional Center at 314 S. 14th St. We also have locations in Spalding and Loup City. The Spalding office is located at 151 S. Elm St. (across the street from the Senior Center) and is open on Wednesday afternoons or by appointment. The Loup City office is located at 652 N St. (lower level of the Xpanxion building) and is open on Thursdays from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or by appointment. All correspondence should be sent to PO Box 128, Ord, NE 68862. We look forward to assisting you with your legal needs.
Sikyta Law Office
314 s. 14th St.
P.O. Box 128
Ord, NE 68862
Looking for office space in Ord?
We have an office available now in the lower level
of the Ord Professional Center (314 S. 14th, Ord).
Room 104 – 213 sq. ft., one room, utilities and internet included, rent is $200.00 per month.
For more information contact Sikyta Law Office 728-3639.
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