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Harris Firm LLC
572 S McDonough St Suite B
Montgomery, AL 36104
Bankruptcy Law Firm in Montgomery
Our bankruptcy lawyer in Montgomery is currently charging $850 for Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings in Montgomery County and the surrounding areas of Prattville, Wetumpka, Selma, Millbrook, and Auburn. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be able to help you get a fresh financial start since it generally discharges or eliminates your unsecured debts. You have to qualify to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but if you do then it can sometimes be a very helpful option.
If you do not qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy then you might consider filing for Chapter 13 and pay back some or all of your debts through your payment plan. If you reside in Montgomery then your bankruptcy hearing will likely be held in the federal courthouse in downtown Montgomery. If you live in Auburn or areas east or south of Montgomery your hearing might be in Opelika, Alabama. Give our Montgomery law office a call today to discuss your options.
Family Law and Divorce in Montgomery
Our divorce lawyer in Montgomery is currently charging a discounted attorney fee of $290 for uncontested divorces without children and $390 for uncontested divorces with minor children. In an uncontested divorce you and your spouse must agree on all issues such as child custody, division of personal and real property, and child support. If an agreement cannot be reached then if you want to file you will be filing a contested divorce.
Contested divorces can cost thousands of dollars in attorney fees. We can sometimes work out discounted flat fee options for contested family law cases, depending on your case. If you are in Montgomery then your divorce will likely be filed in the Montgomery County Courthouse. If you need a divorce attorney in Prattville, then your case will likely be filed in the Autauga or Elmore County Courthouse. Call our Montgomery law office today if you are interested in an uncontested divorce in Montgomery.
Montgomery Probate and Estate Planning
Our Montgomery estate planning lawyers are offering discounted fees for simple last will and testaments, powers of attorneys, and living wills. Our Montgomery law office can also help with other estate issues such as probating a will, adoptions, preparation and recording of deeds, name changes, or otherwise preparing legal documents and representing you or your family member in the Probate Court of Montgomery County.
Personal Injury Law Firm in Montgomery
The Harris Firm may be able to help if you were hurt as a result of a trucking or car accident, defective drugs, nursing home abuse, dram shop matters, or even applying for Social Security Disability. Call us today to speak with an injury lawyer in Montgomery about your possible injury claim or to apply for Social Security Benefits.
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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Personal Injury FAQs
Personal injury is any injury sustained from an accident or another incident as a result of someone’s recklessness, negligence, or intentional wrongdoing. These injuries may be psychological or physical in nature... Read more
A person acts negligently when they fail to take all reasonable actions to prevent harm to someone else. If someone is negligent and you are injured as a result, then they are liable for your injuries and you can ... Read more
What your case will be worth depends greatly on the extent of the injury and the nature of the incident. Our injury lawyer can review and examine your case to determine what it may be worth. However, what you end up... Read more
Nothing. We will begin working on your case once you have signed a contract with us and you do not pay us any money up front. We are only paid if we get you an award of damages and receive a percentage... Read more
If your loved one passes away, the remaining family member or representative of the deceased person’s estate can take legal action against the party whose negligence led to the wrongful death. In these scenarios... Read more