Law firm moves buildings

Staff writer

As you drive down Main Street, you will notice that one of the buildings on the North side of the street has a new face. The building at 426 E. Main that formally housed LinCo Electric and G & J Video, will now be the home for the law offices of Karstetter and Bina.

The law firm was forced to find a new office space after the building they did occupy was sold. They now lease the building across from the post office from TY Zeiner, owner of Zeiner Funeral Home.

That is not the only change the business is going through in the next week.

“My former partner John Klenda was recently appointed a circuit judge for the 9th Circuit,” said Tim Karstetter.

Because of the appointment, Klenda, who has been Karstetter’s business partner for 33 years, cannot own or operate his own practice. He begins his appointment July 1.

To take his place, Karstetter hired Marion County resident Brian Bina as his partner and head of their Marion office.

“I will operate mostly out of McPherson and Brian will operate the Marion office,” said Karstetter.

Bina graduated from Washburn University School of Law, and passed his bar exam in 2011.

The duo took over their new office this weekend and will begin operations this week.

 

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