Civil Litigation

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Civil Contracts & Collections

If you’re involved in a civil or business dispute, The Burch Law Firm can help you win your case. Click on the practice area below to learn more or contact us to discuss your potential case. 

Contract Disputes 

When you have a dispute with a business associate, client or even a friend over a contract, the first thing we recommend is talking to them about it. If that fails, we can provide you with experienced legal representation in enforcing or defending a contract dispute. Winning and losing or negotiating a favorable settlement in contract cases requires an experienced attorney who is prepared to work hard to present your side of the case. You may be right, but if you don’t have the right lawyer, it won’t matter! Contact our team to speak with an experienced attorney for a free initial consultation.

Debt Collections

If someone owes you money and won’t pay, often the only way to let the debtor know you are serious about collecting is by contacting an attorney. If an introductory letter from your attorney does not create a sense of urgency in getting the debtor to pay, then a lawsuit and garnishment will! Contact Burch Law Firm for a free initial consultation.

Small Business Consulting 

If you have or are starting a new business or running an older business, we understand that you need legal guidance to keep your business on course. We can assist you in reviewing and drafting contracts with employees, suppliers, customers and others that protect your interests and provide for legal fees if you have to sue for enforcement. We can also help with collecting from delinquent accounts receivable. Partnership agreements should be reviewed by an attorney who represents only your interests (separate from your partners’ interests, or the partnership’s interests). Contact Burch Law Firm for a free initial consultation. 

Construction Disputes 

At Burch Law Firm, LLC, we have over 20 years of experience representing subcontractors, general contractors and owners in construction disputes. If you believe that there the work performed on your project wasn’t done properly or not done at all, you may have a claim against your contractor. If you are a contractor or a subcontractor and you haven’t been paid for your work, there are steps we can take that may help you collect what you’re owed. We also represent homeowners with claims against home owners’ insurance carriers. If you have a case that involves commercial or residential construction properly or issues, contact Burch Law Firm for a free initial consultation.

Wills & Probate Litigation

At Burch Law Firm, LLC, we have experience with drafting Wills and in Probate Litigation. If you are looking for a Will, we provide our clients with a full “Will Package.” The documents cover you in cases of illness and in death. Our Will package includes a Last Will & Testament, a Living Will (also called an Advanced Medical Directive), a Medical Power of Attorney (which becomes effective if you become incapacitated) and a General Power of Attorney (also effective in case of incapacity). We discuss your options and draft and execute these documents. We help make sure the people you want making decisions for you and inheriting your assets have the documents they need if and when the time comes.

If you have a dispute over your rights in an estate, or you need help litigating a contested probate matter, at Burch Law Firm, LLC we have experience with Probate litigation cases. Recently, we were able to help our clients recover their shares of their parents’ estate after their older sister had tricked their elderly mother into signing a Will giving her everything and excluding the other children completely. If you believe that you have been wrongfully excluded from an estate, or if you represent the Estate and need a lawyer to defend the Will contact Burch Law Firm, LLC for a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION.

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Disclaimer: the information contained in this page is intended to be a general review of the topics discussed. Because each case is unique, you should discuss your case with a qualified attorney before relying on the information provided. By providing this information, there is no intent to establish an attorney-client relationship.