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CONNECT TO BURMAN LAW: Legal Help in the Real World

Posted by Michael Burman | Aug 04, 2020 | 0 Comments

We are easy to reach.... out of state or down the street.

The Burman Law Client Portal

The Burman Law Client Portal is easy to set up and use.  The portal allows messages and documents to flow back and forth.  When a message or document is added to the portal, a text message and email go to the client.

Portal activation usually occurs when the case begins, but a client can start using the Burman Law Client Portal at any time.  Email [email protected]  for assistance with activation or error messages.  For more information on how the portal works, click PORTAL: A Great Tool for Burman Law Clients.

Text Messaging

In addition to the portal, every Burman Law client can send a text message to (270) 499-7028.  The client must use the mobile number on file at Burman Law.

When sending a text message intended for a specific attorney or staff person, be sure to specify which attorney or staff person.

Email and Sharefile

For email addresses to specific staff, click YOUR TEAM.  To send or receive documents outside the Burman Law Client Portal, request a Sharefile link.


Click CONTACT MIKE to learn about phone numbers during and after business hours.

“Getting What You Need Is All About Communicating What You Want”

At Burman Law, no question is stupid or unimportant. Get that out of your mind. Burman Law works for you. Your question will receive a timely and honest answer.  When communicating with us, short and sweet is better than long and complex.  The sooner a problem is brought to our attention, the sooner we can implement a plan of action.

Lack of communication can weaken a case. Good communication builds a case. At Burman Law, we  learn from 25+ years of experience, and our clients learn from us.

About the Author

Michael Burman

Let me tell you my story. I hope you will share yours. Mike Burman I grew up on a farm in Christian County, Kentucky. We raised cattle and crops.  We depended on each other.  We worked hard. In my senior year, I traveled 45 miles a day to graduate high school from Clarksville Academy, Clar...


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