Stephen F. Burke

Stephen F. Burke

Representing Citizens with Firearms Permit Difficulties in Western Massachusetts

Defending The 2nd Amendment!

Massachusetts Firearms Attorney based in Western Massachusetts.

Attorney Stephen F. Burke


Massachusetts Firearms Attorney based in Springfield

Serving Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin Berkshire Counties

Attorney Stephen F. Burke

Firearms licensing problems come in all sizes, shapes, stripes and colors. They usually appear when they are least expected, especially if you have had an LTC for several years. I have real experience in all areas of licensing problems such as vacating old convictions in juvenile and district court, appealing police department denials of license applications, restoring the right to possess a firearm with the Firearms Licensing Review Board, sealing records under M.G.L. Chapter 94C, sec. 34 and various other unexpected problems that manage to arise.

For a free initial consultation and case analysis, call Attorney Burke at 413-331-0537

A free initial consultation consists of about 5-10 questions from me to you to determine if I can help you. A substantial amount of free information as well as necessary forms are available on my website. Don’t be afraid to read the Frequently Asked Questions section, that is why it is there.

Legal Consultation

An initial legal consultation by telephone is available for $100.00. The consultation can last for up to ½ hour or until all of your concerns have been addressed. During the consultation, I will answer all your questions and review any documents you may send me. If I don’t have an answer at that moment, I will call you back when I research your issue. By the same token, the information gained in the consultation will be specific to
your personal situation and will be useful and necessary if my services are engaged.

In order to make your telephone consultation the most cost effective experience possible, I strongly recommend that you furnish me with a copy of your CORI and a obtain a copy of your LTC/FID license history. Request forms for CORI and LTC/FID license history can be accessed by clicking the Required Forms icon.

Forms to request your CORI can be downloaded from the Required Forms section of this website. They can also be accessed from the state website, This information is absolutely necessary to conduct a proper analysis of your situation. Remember, whatever you know about your situation, I know less and will need to know more in order to accurately assess your firearms licensing issues.

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