Bree Robbins

Litigation Attorney

Omaha divorce attorney Bree RobbinsOmaha divorce attorney Bree Robbins has a passion for family law and is excited about focusing on family law cases.

The hardest part of family law cases, Ms. Robbins said, is the fact that when clients make the decision to seek out an attorney, they are often going through the worst part of their lives.

“Seeing that side of an individual as an attorney is hard,” she said. “However, I know that during these tough times, they need an attorney they can count on to help them through the process, help them understand the process, and help them achieve the results they are seeking in or out of court.”

Ms. Robbins takes her role as an attorney very seriously because she knows what is at stake for each client, the children involved, and the family.

“I pride myself on always being prepared and knowing each and every case as if it was my own life,” she said. “I often get complimented by other attorneys and court reporters on the level of preparedness in the courtroom.”

Ms. Robbins possesses a drive and passion to always know more. She enjoys researching and staying up to date on the latest case law from relevant jurisdictions as she believes in knowing the law and the statutes going into any case sets her apart and her clients up for success.

“I will always be prepared, whether it is in a phone call, a temporary hearing, a deposition, trial, or anything in between,” she said. “I would tell potential clients that this process is not easy and oftentimes there are complex steps in a case, but they can count on me to thoroughly explain each process and help them through each step along the way.”

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Robbins is licensed to practice in Nebraska.


Ms. Robbins received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Hastings College. She earned her juris doctor from Nebraska College of Law.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Robbins practiced in a small general practice law firm for three and a half years and clerked as law clerk for one year prior to being hired as an associate attorney. She focused much of her practice on family law cases, juvenile court, and guardian ad litem appointments. She also handled cases in a wide array of areas including, Fraternal Order of Police work, tax sales certificate issues, zoning issues, and some criminal law work. She was responsible for the majority of the firm’s research and writing over four years and has written many briefs for various district court matters, and helped to obtain victories for seven clients at the appellate level before the Nebraska Court of Appeals and Nebraska Supreme Court.


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“I have already referred Bree … [she] was very involved with my case, and I know she did everything she could. I really appreciate her level of involvement to fight for my son. I believe she was genuinely invested in my case and not just doing this because it was her job. I will forever be grateful for that.”


“Bree cares about her clients. She makes them feel cared for and comfortable.”


“Bree does a very good job of reaching out. She lets me know what’s going on, keeps me up to speed and always gets down to the bottom of things.”


“Bree went above and beyond. … She listened to what I wanted/needed and if she didn’t have the answer right then and there, she researched the answer. I had a very unusual case with a couple of odd scenarios but she got the answers that we needed. “