Christin P. Lovegrove is a native of rural Fairmont, Nebraska, and a graduate of Fillmore Central High School. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska College of Law. During law school, she was involved in the Delta Theta Phi as treasuer and the Agricultural & Enviromental Law group. She graduated with high distinction from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Bachelors of Science in Finance and minors in Economics and Chicano Studies. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi, Mortar Board, and the College of Business Student Advisory Board, among many other things.
Christin specializes in the areas of estate planning, family business entities, real estate, probate, trust administration and agricultural issues.
Christin is active in the Nebraska State Bar Association serving as a representative in the House of Delegates, the policy-making group of the association, and in numerous section leadership roles. Her extensive work in the sections of the Bar have created opportunities for Christin to testify in front of the legislature, to plan and organize continuing education seminars, and to present on a variety of topics in the legal field for both other attorneys and non-attorneys. Christin was named the 2019 Outstanding Young Lawyer for the State of Nebraska.
Christin is very involved in the community and is especially passionate about her role on the Fillmore Central School Board and the Fillmore County Hospital Foundation. Christin is a firm believer that great educational opportunities and quality healthcare are driving forces in getting young people to return to rural Nebraska.
Christin enjoys spending her free time with her daughter, Sloan, son, Connor, and dog, Layla, as well as golfing, reading, attending all types of sporting events, and helping out on the family farm. Christin and her family especially love spending time at the lake during the summer.
AV Preeminent Rating - Martindale Hubbell
This is the highest rating a laywer can have and is given by other members of the Bar Association.
Fellow - American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
ACTEC is a professional organization with about 2,700 members. Fellows are selected on the basis of professional reputation, ability in trusts and estates, and having made substantial contributions to these areas through lecturing, teaching, writing and bar association activities. Fellows must be skilled and experienced on preparation and administration of wills and trusts, estate planning, probate procedure, and trust and tax laws.
Nebraska State Bar Association
- House of Delegates Representative
- Executive Committee Member
- Real Estate, Probate & Trust Section, executive committee
- Young Lawyers Section, current chair
- Agricultural Law Section, Past President
- 2019 Outstanding Young Lawyer
Fillmore Central School Board
Fillmore County Hospital Foundation
Leadership Nebraska - Class VIII
Geneva United Methodist Church
- Sowing Seeds Academy Advisory Board
- Reconciling Committee Member
Young Leaders of Fillmore County
- Top 4 Under 40 Award Recipient 2011
Hidden Hill Country Club
- Past Board of Directors - Secretary
- Past Women's League Chair
Geneva Parks & Rec Department
Geneva Aquatic Center Planning Committee
ODEGEO Leadership - 2010-2011 Class