Rise to every challenge

With 75 lawyers and over 70 years of experience in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia, Lerch Early can help you rise to any challenge.

If your challenge is:

Growing your business, we structure deals that advance your strategic plans.

Selling, buying, or optimizing real estate interests, we guide you through changing real estate markets and legal landscapes.

Balancing the needs of a diverse workforce, we act as an extension of your team.

Leading a common ownership community, we help you create and maintain places where people want to own and invest.

Resolving a business or family dispute, we seek outcomes that make you whole and protect important relationships.

Protecting your children or your assets in the event of divorce or death, we protect what’s most important to you.

When your challenge is finding a creative and loyal advocate to help you make sound, informed, practical decisions–we’re here.

Contact us to learn how we can help you rise to your next challenge.

Guiding Principles

We are committed to providing our clients with excellent legal services for fair and reasonable compensation. Our objective is to be the best law firm possible, not necessarily the biggest or the most profitable.

Diversity & Inclusion

Lerch Early has an active Diversity Committee comprised of management, attorneys, and staff to ensure the ongoing implementation of the firm’s diversity plan that, at its core, fosters a truly inclusive work environment.

TAGLaw® – A Worldwide Alliance of Independent Law Firms

Lerch Early is a member of TAGLaw, a worldwide alliance of more than 160 independent law firms, providing a full range of legal services to clients all over the world.

Community Involvement

The attorneys at Lerch Early understand that practicing law involves more than the day-to-day activities of representing our clients. It also requires a commitment to the community in which we practice, and an effort to provide public service and legal assistance to those who cannot afford it.