Practice Areas:

Real Estate Development; Banking Law, General Corporate and Business Law; Estate Planning and Administration; Municipal Law

Robert L. Bever

Robert (Bob) Bever is a native of Richmond and began practicing law in 1978 with the prior firm of Harlan, Schussler, Keller & Boston.  He graduated with honors from DePauw University in 1975 and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Indiana University Law School in 1978.  He is listed in Who’s Who in American Law; was inducted into the Eastern Indiana Business Hall of Fame in 2016; received Wayne County’s Distinguished Citizen Leadership award in 2023;  recognized by Lawyers of Distinction in 2018; and has been presented a Sagamore of the Wabash award, the highest honor given by the Governor of Indiana.  Bob’s primary areas of practice include real estate development, banking, general corporate and business, estate planning and administration, and municipal law.  His clients include many locally-owned businesses and companies.   Within the community, Bob has served as the Chairman of the Board for the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce; President of the Board for Forest Hills Country Club; serves on the Board of Directors for the local Y.M.C.A. and Reid Hospital Foundation; and remains active in local and state politics. He also served as Richmond City Attorney from 1996-2004, and currently serves as Town Attorney for the Towns of Cambridge City and Dublin.  Bob and his wife, Amy, along with their two dogs and barn cats, live on a 10 acre “farm” just south of Richmond.

Practice Areas

Admitted: 1978, Indiana

Law School: Indiana University, J.D., magna cum laude, 1978

College: DePauw University, B.A., with distinction, 1975

Member: Wayne County &  State Bar Associations

Biography:  Richmond City Attorney, 1996-2004. Listed in Who’s Who in American Law. Two time President of the Wayne County Bar Association.

Reported Cases: Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. v. Wilson, (Ind App) 408 NE2d 144-11 ALR4th 569.

Assistant: Shailie Miller