Representing Civilian and Military Clients in DC and Maryland courts and at Military hearings.
We help our clients deal with the stress and expense of a marital separation, divorce, child custody or child support dispute. We have represented thousands of clients in divorce and contested custody cases and can help you navigate your case.
Over 30 years of successfully representing military and civilian clients in military hearings, command investigations, and in civilian security clearance matters. We have helped clients at hundreds of Courts-Martial, Administrative hearings, Boards of Inquiry, PEB hearings, command investigations and NJP hearings, as well as Boards for Correction of Military Records and Security Clearance hearings.
We have recovered millions of dollars over 25 years of representing clients injured due to someone else’s negligence in auto accidents, by medical and nursing home negligence, assault and battery and other cases. We deal with the insurance companies and the lost income and medical bills so you can concentrate on getting the treatment you need to get better.
The Burch Law Firm, LLC is led by Larry N. Burch, ESQ. a former Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s (“JAG”) Corps, and a successful trial attorney practicing law in Maryland and Washington, D.C. as well as before the military courts. Mr. Burch has been representing clients in family law, personal injury and civilian litigation cases as well as military and security clearance matters for over 30 years. Mr. Burch is the author of “Understanding Military Divorce Law” (Aspatore Books, 2016) — a guide for military families facing divorce or separation.
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Our practice — like any good business — is built one client at a time. We work hard to meet your goals and stay within budget.
We feel a genuine commitment to treat our clients like we want to be treated. We guarantee to work hard for you to get the best results possible.
Over 30 years of legal experience
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