The Harris Firm has a Millbrook law office on Main Street at the address below:
2161 Main Street
Millbrook, Alabama 36054
Bankruptcy Lawyer in Elmore County
Our Millbrook bankruptcy attorney is currently charging flat attorney fees for Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings in Elmore County and the surrounding areas of Elmore, Wetumpka, and Prattville. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help if you have lots of unsecured debt and no property that you cannot protect from the Trustee. If a Chapter 13 bankruptcy would be better than it is cheaper up front since most of the fees are paid through the payment plan.
If you live in Elmore, Autauga, or Montgomery County then your bankruptcy hearing will most likely be held in the Federal Courthouse in downtown Montgomery. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy there is one hearing called the Meeting of the Creditors. There is no judge at the hearing, only a local lawyer called a Trustee. This hearing is usually pretty quick if you have no assets. In Chapter 13, there is something called a Confirmation Hearing. This hearing is actually before the Judge and can be a little more intimidating. No matter which you file, give our Millbrook bankruptcy attorney a call now for a free phone consult from our Millbrook law office.
Divorce & Family Law Attorney in Elmore County
Our Millbrook divorce attorneys are charging discounted attorney fees for uncontested divorces with minor children of the marriage. A non-contested divorce is where both spouses agree on all issues such as child support, property division, and other things. An uncontested divorce in Elmore County is just paperwork as long as your spouse signs the legal documents provided and in an uncontested divorce you will usually not have to go to Court.
If you and your spouse cannot come to an agreement then one of you will have to file a contested divorce. This type of divorce can cost thousands of dollars in fees. Our local divorce attorneys can sometimes work out alternative options for other family law matters, but for contested cases we require something called a retainer. Our Elmore County divorce lawyer will bill hourly from this initial payment for the work they perform and when the retainer is emptied it will have to be refilled for us to continue working on the case.
If you file a divorce in Millbrook or Elmore then it will likely be filed in the Elmore County Courthouse in downtown Wetumpka, Alabama. After the divorce decree is entered, if either party wants to change something they would need to file a post divorce petition to change or alter anything in the divorce. Examples of this are a Petition to Modify Child Support and Petitions for Contempt of Court. If you have any questions about divorce or family law issues in the Millbrook area then call our divorce lawyers in Millbrook today.
Millbrook Estate Planning Law Firm
Our Estate Planning attorneys in Millbrook are offering discounted flat fees for wills, powers of attorneys, and living wills. Our attorney in the Millbrook law office might be able to help you with other probate issues such as preparing documents and handling some additional matters in the Probate Court of Elmore County.
Personal Injury in Millbrook
Our Millbrook injury attorneys can help if you were injured as a result of a defective drug, trucking wreck, car accident, nursing home abuse, or any type of negligence or neglect. Give our Millbrook law office a call now to speak with a Millbrook injury attorney about your possible lawsuit.