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Indiana, Fishers, Lorch & Naville, Llc

Indiana, Fishers, Lorch & Naville, Llc

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In the late 1920s Chester V. Lorch and Frank E. Lorch, Jr. founded the family-based law practice that today is Lorch & Naville, LLC, in New Albany, IN. In the decades in between, members of the Herbert F. Naville family, along with other well-respected attorneys, joined the practice and accepted leadership positions in the community. The heritage that belongs to Lorch & Naville today continues to focus on civic involvement and professional excellence. Our expertise translates into quality legal assistance for you. Equipping individuals, families and businesses for success and security now and in generations to come is what Lorch & Naville is all about. Family history provides us with a rich picture of the people behind the names that make up Lorch & Naville today. Chester V. Lorch, Jr., was Floyd County Prosecutor in the late 1930s and served one term as mayor during that decade. He fought in World War I and served in the Air Corps in Africa in World War II. During that time he founded the Air Corps Intelligence School in Pennsylvania. Frank E. Lorch, Jr., his brother, served as Floyd County Prosecutor in the 1940s. Their nephew, "Bud" Lorch, joined the practice in 1950. He was joined by his son, Basil H. "Buz" Lorch III, in 1974 and by his daughter, Linda B. Lorch, in 1979. In 1992 Buz Lorch left the firm to become a federal bankruptcy judge for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of Indiana. The predecessor to Lorch & Naville was formed in 1982 as Lorch, Moyer, Gesenhues & Bitzegaio. In addition to the Lorches, its partners were William C. Moyer, George W. Gesenhues, Jr., and Barry N. Bitzegaio. The firm became Lorch & Naville in 1987 when it merged with the father-son practice of Herbert F. Naville and Michael G. Naville, who had become partners in 1976. Another son, Timothy J. Naville, joined the practice in 1990. Lorch & Naville was honored statewide in 1999 with the Indiana Bar Foundation's prestigious Pro Bono Award for extraordinary contributions to making legal services available to those who otherwise could not afford them. The practice accepted 58 such cases between 1994 and 1999 alone totaling 220 hours of uncompensated service in Clark, Floyd, and Harrison counties. Today we continue to build upon our heritage of civic involvement and professional excellence. We manage our law firm to last into future generations as an increasingly successful and beneficial enterprise.

506 State Street, PO Box 1343, New Albany, IN 47151-1343

Fax: (812) 949-3773

Telephone: (866) 852-5710 / (812) 952-9537

Indiana, Fishers


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