As both an experienced accountant and accomplished transaction attorney, Mark Brasee represents a broad spectrum of clients in a wide range of industries, as well as entrepreneurial start-ups, nonprofits, individuals, and families throughout Nebraska and across the Midwest.

Mark’s law practice concentrates on business and corporate law, real estate law, commercial agreements, finance, taxation, and business succession and estate planning.

Mark’s diverse background and unique skillset enable him to counsel corporate clients in all aspects of business law. Within today’s ever-changing legislative landscape, he consistently investigates state and federal legislation to proactively guide businesses in understanding and navigating the government assistance options available to them. Large or small, his goal is the same: to analyze his client’s issues, create a strategic plan to solve those issues with bottom-line efficiency and achieve his client’s goals while protecting the interests of the client.

When clients need sophisticated business succession and estate planning solutions, they look to Mark for innovative advice and counsel. Mark’s holistic approach considers not only the client’s personal needs but also the business requirements, ensuring that clients have a comprehensive plan that protects the future of both their family and business.

An active member of the Omaha community, Mark currently serves on the Board of Directors and in leadership roles for the Methodist Hospital Foundation and the NorthStar Foundation. Mark earned an undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Science majoring in both History and Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Trinity University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska School of Law. Prior to joining the Fraser Stryker team, Mark worked as an accountant for a top-tier accounting firm where he focused on corporate taxation and banking.

Outside of the office, Mark enjoys spending time with his wife Mary Lou, hunting, fishing, skiing, and reading.

Mark can be reached at 402-978-5306 and his assistant, Donna Olson, can be reached at 402-978-5271.