The Harris Firm L.L.C.

About Our Law Firm

The Harris Firm was founded by Attorney Steven A. Harris as a statewide law firm that helps individuals throughout Alabama mainly in the areas of bankruptcy, divorce, and family law.  We also provide certain legal services at discounted flat rates in the areas of uncontested divorce and estate planning.

Steven A. Harris, Attorney at Law

Alabama AttorneySteven Harris has helped individuals throughout the State of Alabama receive compensation for their injuries, obtain debt relief through the Bankruptcy Courts, obtain social security benefits, and has also helped individuals with various family law and divorce matters, practicing extensively in both the Alabama State Courts and the Federal Court systems.

Mr. Harris practices mainly in the areas of bankruptcy, personal injury, social security disability, products liability, and some family law. Mr. Harris is mainly a bankruptcy and uncontested divorce lawyer that represents clients in courts throughout the State of Alabama and places particular emphasis on obtaining the best possible outcome, while also reducing the stress on the client and making the legal process as informative as possible for them as well.

Mr. Harris is originally from the State of Alabama, growing up in the Northern Jefferson County area. He attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham and graduated with both a B.A. and a M.P.A. degree. Later he attended Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, and graduated with his Juris Doctor (J.D.) in 2007. He is licensed to practice in all Alabama Courts and the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Alabama.

Mr. Harris is also a member of the Alabama State Bar Association, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, and the Alabama Association for Justice. He founded the law firm with the hopes of allowing more people access to legal representation by offering attorney’s fees at lower flat fee rates instead of the traditional retainer based billing.

Mr. Harris represents most of our uncontested divorce clients and prides himself in being available to the clients for any questions that they may have.

Roger W. Kirby, Attorney at Law

Attorney Roger KirbyRoger W. Kirby has represented clients in both the Alabama State Courts and the Federal Courts for over 35 years and represents individuals throughout the State of Alabama.

He practices mainly in the areas of bankruptcy, personal injury, estate planning, administrative law, social security disability, and generally meets with most of our bankruptcy clients in our Huntsville and Anniston offices.

Mr. Kirby grew up, and still resides, in the City of Gadsden, Alabama. He attended the University of Alabama and graduated with a B.A. in History. Later, he attended Samford University, Cumberland School of Law and graduated with Honors in 1976 and also received his LL.M in Taxation at the University of Alabama School of Law.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Kirby served as the law clerk to the Honorable L. Charles Wright at the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals. He then had a private practice before becoming the City Attorney for Gadsden, Alabama in 1978, a position he would hold for 34 years until retiring earlier this year. He is licensed to practice in all Alabama Courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.

Mr. Kirby is also a member of the Alabama State Bar Association, and was a member of the Alabama League of Municipalities, Alabama Association of Municipal Attorneys, and the International Municipal Lawyers Association before joining the firm. From 2006-2010 he served as Vice President, and then President, of the Alabama Association of Municipal Attorneys.

Mr. Kirby is an active member of the Gadsden First United Methodist Church and has served in many roles at the church, including Sunday School teacher for over 25 years. He is presently chair of the Staff Parish Relations Committee and lay delegate to the 2012 Annual Conference of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church. He served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Cherokee-Etowah-DeKalb Mental Health Center for six years and on the board of Thirteenth Place for over ten years.