Baltimore and Washington D.C. Military Divorce Lawyer
At the Burch Law Firm, LLC, we bring experienced counsel to people considering or involved in a divorce. We built our successful practice on a commitment to personal service and attention. We will work directly with you at all times to provide cost-effective counsel that meets your needs.
We offer a confidential consultation to our family law clients. To set up a private meeting with one of our experienced Baltimore County divorce lawyers, contact us by e-mail or call our office (301) 850-1882 or (443) 213-1790.
An Overview of Our Divorce and Family Law Practice
We work with men and women at all stages of a divorce, whether you have just decided to file or your divorce is final and you want assistance in proceedings to enforce or modify the court's order. We will help you resolve a wide range of issues related to divorce, including:
- Child custody and support — We will help you determine what types of custody arrangements are in the best interests of your children. Our attorneys will also work to put measures in place that protect your rights as a parent. We will use expert testimony, if necessary, to provide evidence regarding how to best set up custody and visitation. We also review all proposed child support orders for compliance with state or district guidelines.
- The division of marital property — Our lawyers will help you equitably divide the assets of your marriage, including real and personal property, financial accounts, retirement funds and business interests.
- Spousal maintenance or alimony — We will help you determine whether spousal support is warranted and, if so, how much should be paid and for how long.
- Separation agreements
We work extensively with military personnel and government workers and understand the unique issues that they face. For the convenience of all of our clients, we have offices in Montgomery County (Bethesda), Prince George's County (Greenbelt) and Baltimore County (Towson).
Emotions can arise when you are involved in a divorce. Your ex-spouse may become belligerent or difficult to work with. You may find yourself involved in an argument every time you try to discuss issues related to your children. When you hire us, you won't have to be engaged with your former spouse. We will be your advocate at all times, working with opposing counsel to get the outcome you need.
Contact the Burch Law Firm, LLC
We offer a confidential consultation to our family law clients. To set up a private meeting with one of our experienced Baltimore County divorce lawyers, contact us by e-mail or call our office (301) 850-1882 or (443) 213-1790. Evening and weekend appointments can be arranged upon request. We accept all major credit cards.