We are a general practice firm that provides legal services in areas including banking and finance, financial disputes, corporations and business organizations, business transactions, agricultural organizations and transactions, real estate, estate planning, probate, appellate practice, juvenile law and criminal prosecution. 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 on the main level of the Ord Professional Center at 314 S. 14th St. We also have locations in Spalding and Loup City. The Spalding office is located at 124 W. St. Joseph St. and is open on Wednesday afternoons or by appointment. The Loup City office is located at 734 O Street (just east of Heritage Bank) and is open on Tuesdays from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or by appointment.
Curtis A. Sikyta earned his J.D. Degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 1978. While in law school, he clerked for several different law firms in Wahoo, Blair and Lincoln, Nebraska. Mr. Sikyta joined Weems Law Office in Ord, becoming a partner in Weems and Sikyta Law Office in 1979. In 1980, Mr. Sikyta began his solo practice in Ord. He moved into his current location at the Ord Professional Center in 1982.
Mr. Sikyta is a member of the Nebraska Bar Association and is admitted to practice in Nebraska.
Heather L. Sikyta earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from Nebraska Wesleyan in 2000 and her J.D. Degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law in 2010. Ms. Sikyta joined her father's practice in 2010.
Ms. Sikyta is a member of the Nebraska Bar Association and is admitted to practice in Nebraska. She is the city attorney for the City of Loup City, City of Ord and the village attorney for the Village of North Loup, Rockville and Scotia. Heather is also the Sherman County Attorney.
Ms. Sikyta is an Approved Parenting Act Mediator. She mediates parenting plans both privately and through her association with Central Mediation Center.