Boston Bever Klinge Cross & Chidester


Boston Bever Klinge Cross & Chidester

Business, Criminal, Estate, Divorce & Family Law, Litigation

  • Fax: 765-966-4597
  • Firm Year: 1911
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Language: English

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Adam Garth Forrest

Juvenile Law, Real Estate, Motor Vehicle, Lawsuit & Dispute

Andrew John Sickmann

Juvenile Law, Child Custody, Divorce & Family Law, Criminal, Medical Malpractice

Douglas Blair Oler

Juvenile Law, Real Estate, Motor Vehicle, Lawsuit & Dispute

Kayla Christine Grimes

General Practice

Kent Gerald Klinge

General Practice

Richard Eugene Boston

Commercial Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business & Trade, Bankruptcy & Debt

Robert Lynn Bever

Real Estate, Social Security, Divorce & Family Law, Criminal

Ronald Lloyd Cross

Education, Tax, DUI-DWI, Bankruptcy & Debt

Terry O'Maley

Criminal, Divorce & Family Law, Estate, Personal Injury

Terry O’Maley was raised in Richmond, Indiana, where his mother taught school and his father was a local businessman. Terry graduated from Richmond ... (more)

Walter Stoll Chidester

Juvenile Law, Real Estate, Motor Vehicle, Lawsuit & Dispute

A Continued History of Quality Representation:

BBKCC is the largest law firm in East Central Indiana. The firm began in 1911 by its founder, Denver Harlan, and was further developed by his son, John M. Harlan, who remained with the firm until his retirement in December 1997. Beginning in 1998, the remaining partners with the firm “merged” with the younger partners from the second largest firm in Richmond to form the current group, Boston Bever Klinge Cross & Chidester. The firm is proud of the fact that one of its partners, Adam G. Forrest, is the great grandson of founder Denver Harlan.

In keeping with its history of quality representation, the firm continues to experience success in representing many local businesses, organizations, governmental units and families in the Richmond/Wayne County area. According to its managing partner, Richard E. Boston, “The firm remains the most dedicated, experienced and hardest working firm in East Central Indiana.” From its continued work, it appears this view is shared by the current clientele, which includes the City of Richmond; Wayne County government; Richmond Community Schools; the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce; almost all county communities and school corporations; various non-profit groups, such as the YMCA, Girl Scouts and the Boys & Girls Clubs; bank institutions; and numerous local businesses, professionals, and families.

Please feel free to contact any one of the professionals at BBKCC to serve your family or business legal needs, and allow its experience to help you.

Municipal, Personal Injury, Real Estate, School Law

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    Boston Bever Klinge Cross & Chidester
    27 North Eighth Street
    Richmond, IN 47374


    27 North Eighth Street
    Richmond, IN 47374

    Other Locations:
    • Cambridge City Office:
      15 North Foote Street
      Cambridge City, Indiana 47327
      Ph: 765-478-3737
      Fax: 765-478-6391

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