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5 Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney

Everything doesn’t always work out. It is part of life. If you are preparing for a divorce and looking at the often overwhelming list of divorce attorneys in your area, it can be hard to ensure you making the right choice for you. After all, no divorce is cheap, and you want to hire someone […]
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5 Reasons You Need a Trust

We used to hear the word “trust” and think it was only a tool for the rich. The reality is, Trusts are for everyone and often more cost effective than traditional wills.  Why? Trusts Avoid Probate.Most people create their Will believing they have given their families a way to avoid the court system upon their […]
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Cohabitation Agreements – Protecting Both Partners

You and your significant other may be moving in together and busy unpacking. Maybe you’ve been living together for a while and everything is peas and carrots. We all know things may not always go the way we hope. So, how do you protect yourselves and each other if things go awry? If you’ve been […]
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Do I Need a Will or Trust?

Regardless of income level or assets, everyone can benefit from having a trust or will. Having something in place, especially during this time of unpredictability and rapid change, brings peace of mind to you and your family. Having a trust or will in place eases the burden on your loved ones and ensures that your […]
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Co-Parenting During COVID-19

Is COVID Affecting Your Parenting Time? Many co-parents are asking the question. What do you do with your current parenting plan under stay at home orders? How do you split time during a pandemic? What is best to keep your children safe during this time? What if your co-parent isn’t on the same page? We […]
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A Letter from Harris Law & Co. CEO Lindsay Harris

COVID-19 is changing everything about our daily life as we know it, and we’re all focused on how to best protect and support our families, employees, and clients in the face of this crisis. On behalf of all Harris Law & Co., I want to let you know that our thoughts and prayers are with […]
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Stressed? We get it. We understand you are being flooded with more information than you can digest and are concerned about the unknowns. What happens if you get the virus? Who has authority to make your healthcare decisions? Who can make your college child’s healthcare decisions if he/she gets sick? Do they need a power […]
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5 Tips to Prepare for a Custody Battle

Whether you're a mother or a father, preparing for a custody battle is emotional and exhausting. Parenting is hard on any relationship. Let alone on parents who are no longer in a relationship. There is a lot to consider when trying to come up with an agreement between co-parents on how to raise a child […]
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Best Divorce & Custody Advice (Ever)

For family law attorneys like us, we get paid to fight. To fight for you. To fight for what is right. But the best advice we can give you during a child custody or divorce does not make us any money and saves you far more than dollars and cents. It saves you time, chaos, […]
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Is the IRS on the Naughty or Nice List?

It is that time of year again. No, not the time we all start thinking about our January workout schedule (my mother’s banana bread is worth every step on that treadmill). It is the time when the IRS releases the amount you can pass estate tax free upon your death (the Unified Credit Against Estate […]
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