Fraser Stryker PC LLO Acquires Dunmire, Fisher & Hastings

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Fraser Stryker PC LLO has announced the acquisition of Dunmire, Fisher & Hastings, a law firm in Hastings, NE. This acquisition will support the Firm’s resources to its clients across Nebraska.


The Fraser Stryker PC LLO Hastings office will continue to be led by attorneys David H. Fisher and Charles W. Hastings. The Fraser Stryker PC LLO Hastings office will deliver skilled legal services in the areas of estate planning and probate, trust and estate administration, business and corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, litigation, and real estate law. “We look forward to our new relationship with Fraser Stryker, which ensures that our clients’ needs will continue to be well-served into the future,” said Mr. Fisher and Mr. Hastings.

“We are happy to welcome the trusted attorneys and staff of Dunmire, Fisher & Hastings into the Fraser Stryker PC LLO family. Mr. Fisher and Mr. Hastings have provided their clients with skilled counsel throughout Nebraska for many years,” said Fraser Stryker partner, Michael F. Coyle. “In addition, partner Jordan W. Adam is a Hastings native and carries deep ties to the area. Mr. Adam is looking forward to providing legal resources to the firm’s valued clients.”

Fraser Stryker PC LLO and Dunmire, Fisher & Hastings have a deep commitment to giving back to the communities they serve. Attorneys from both firms are actively involved in a variety of nonprofits such as Hearts & Hands against Hunger of Hastings, Mary Lanning Healthcare Foundation, Hastings College Foundation, Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo Foundation, Child Saving Institute, Omaha Performing Arts Society, Omaha Sports Commission, and Habitat for Humanity of Omaha.

Formed in 1898, Fraser Stryker has grown to become a nationally recognized law firm that represents local, national, and multinational clients in complex business transactions and litigation matters. Contact us for more information.

This article has been prepared for general information purposes and (1) does not create or constitute an attorney-client relationship, (2) is not intended as a solicitation, (3) is not intended to convey or constitute legal advice, and (4) is not a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a qualified attorney. Always seek professional counsel prior to taking action.

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