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Bunger & Robertson Sponsors Elect Connect

Bunger & Robertson Sponsors Elect Connect As part of Bunger & Robertson’s ongoing commitment to civic participation and voter enfranchisement, Bunger & Robertson is  pleased to be one of the sponsor of  the Elect Connect online voter guide. Elect Connect is a nonpartisan resource guide administered by the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce. Interested constituents…
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Jessica Merkel Appears on 3 Things Podcast

Jessica Merkel discussed estate planning with Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Erin Predmore on the Chamber’s 3 Things Podcast. Jessica covered topics including dying without a will, the estate planning process, the importance of consulting an attorney to craft an estate plan, and the pitfalls of using online estate planning services among…
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Power of Attorney Dos and Don’ts

Has a friend, parent, or sibling recently asked you to serve as their attorney in fact? Has someone named you as their attorney in fact in their Power of Attorney? If so, you likely have questions: What can I do? What should I avoid doing? How can I make sure that I protect myself from…
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Joseph Fuschetto Presents on Current Immigration Issues to Purdue University Students

Joseph Fuschetto Presents on Current Immigration Issues to Purdue University Students Bunger & Robertson attorney, Joseph Fuschetto, presented virtually during “Immigration 101” to Purdue University students. Immigration 101 was hosted by the Krannert School of Management, Professional Development Center at Purdue University. During the presentation, Joe, along with co-panelists Mercedes Badia-Tavas and David Wilks, discussed…
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Parenting Time During COVID-19

Parenting Time During COVID-19 During the months of uncertainty and shutdowns that have accompanied COVID-19 many parents have faced significant challenges regarding parenting time and childcare. Even during the best of times co-parenting can be difficult, but COVID-19, the risks, the guidelines, and the widely differing opinions on it all make for a particularly thorny…
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The Trump Nonimmigrant order and Medical Professionals

The Trump Nonimmigrant order and Medical Professionals The long-anticipated Executive Order (“EO”) barring many work-authorized nonimmigrants has now been issued by the Trump administration. With the final text being issued, immigration professionals at Bunger and Robertson can now provide some concrete advice on how this will impact current and future clients. Having said that, there…
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Client Update From Bunger & Robertson

NOTICE:  OFFICE REMAINS OPEN BUT ALL ACCESS IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY As Bloomington’s hometown partner since 1949, we are committed to promoting the health and safety of our community.  Bunger & Robertson is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and taking necessary precautions to support our clients, staff, and community.   We remain open but will…
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Electronic Execution of Estate Planning Documents

Electronic Execution of Estate Planning Documents: On March 31, 2020, the Indiana Supreme Court issued an order (Case No. 20S-MS-237) suspending the statutory requirement that a testator signing a Will must be physically present with the two attesting witnesses.  During the period of the COVID-19 outbreak and public health emergency as declared by Governor Eric…
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Bunger & Robertson Announces New Partner

Bunger & Robertson has selected Kathryn DeWeese as a partner of the firm, effective January 1, 2020 Kate advises clients primarily in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, health law and employment law, working with individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations. Kate is currently an Adjunct Faculty Member in Indiana University’s School of Public and…
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Bunger & Robertson Receives 2019 Readers’ Choice Award from Herald Times

The attorneys and staff at Bunger & Robertson would like to thank all of those in the community for their 2019 Readers’ Choice Award for the best law firm in Bloomington and the surrounding area. To receive a Readers’ Choice Award from the Herald Times a firm must be nominated and receive the most votes…
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