Local Madison Law Office
Harris Firm LLC
8840 Madison Blvd.
Madison, AL 35758
If you come by the Madison law office during office hours, the attorney might be in Court or out of the office if you have not previously made an appointment. However, you can always call us during business hours if you have any questions.
Bankruptcy Attorneys in Madison
We are currently charging $850 for attorney fees for Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings in Anniston and the surrounding areas of Madison County, Alabama. A Chapter 7 can be a quick and easy process depending on your situation. However, to file it you have to qualify based on your income and there are certain property considerations as well.
If you have a large amount of equity in your property that you cannot protect or exempt from the Bankruptcy Trustee then you do not want to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This is because when a Chapter 7 is filed, a bankruptcy estate is opened up and the Trustee owns everything you own unless you have exempted it. If you cannot exempt your property then it could possibly be liquidated. In order to file either bankruptcy, Chapter 7 or 13, you have to perform an income based test to determine if you qualify to file Chapter 7 or how much to pay back in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
If you live in Madison County, Morgan County, or Limestone County then when the bankruptcy is filed the hearing called a Meeting of the Creditors will be held in either the U.S. Courthouse in downtown Decatur or at the Madison County Courthouse in downtown Huntsville. Give our Madison bankruptcy lawyer a call now for a free quick phone consultation from our Madison law office.
Local Divorce Attorneys in Madison
Our Madison divorce attorneys are currently charging a discounted fee of $290 for uncontested divorces with no children and $390 for uncontested divorces with minor children of the marriage. An uncontested divorce is where you and your spouse agree on everything and there are no contested matters. Both of you sign the legal paperwork, our office files it with the Court, and you receive a divorce decree shortly afterwards. It is a cheap and quick way to get a divorce without having to go to court.
If you and your spouse are not in agreement then you will be filing a contested divorce, which is more expensive. The fees in contested divorces are not a set amount. You pay something called a retainer and the attorney bills hourly out of that until it is gone. At that point you have to refill the retainer so the attorney can continue billing and working on your case. You basically pay the divorce attorney on an hourly basis. The retainer fees up front for a contested divorce can range from $1500 to $5,000 or more with us, depending on the complexity and contentiousness of the matter, amount of assets involved, and where you are filing. Our divorce attorneys in Madison can also work out alternative fee arrangements sometimes for certain family law matters, but not for contested divorces.
Sometimes after you receive the divorce decree, one party might need to file a post divorce petition. Examples of such filings are Petitions to modify the old agreement or to hold the other party in contempt of court for not doing what they were ordered to do. If you have questions about changing or enforcing the prior decree then give our Madison law office a call today.
Local Probate Attorneys in Madison
Our Probate and Estate lawyers in Madison are offering discounted fees for wills, powers of attorneys, and other legal documents. In addition to this, our Madison law office may be able to help you with other estate planning issues such as setting up Trusts for children, probating a will, changing your last name, preparing deeds, Adoptions, and other matters filed in the Probate Court of Madison County, Alabama.
Local Injury Attorneys in Madison
Our injury attorneys in Madison can help if you have been injured as a result of a car wreck, trucking accident, pedestrian injury, drunk driving accident, nursing home abuse, or any other situation where you were injured as a result of negligence. Give our Madison law office a call today to speak to an injury lawyer in Madison or the surrounding areas of Huntsville, Athens, or Decatur.
Family Law Services
- Family Law Attorneys
- Contested Divorce
- Uncontested Divorces
- Contempt Petition
- Child Support
- Child Custody
- Divorce Modification
- Protection from Abuse
- Establishing Paternity
- Living Will
- Name Changes
- Power of Attorney
- Will Lawyers
- Property Deeds
- LLC Attorney
- Personal Injury
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