We retained Mr. Harris to assist us 1) with a minor traffic accident that produced some issues, and 2) to clean up matters re: wills, deeds, and other personal legal papers. We have also used him for quick advice on related matters, such as information about accounting services in the area. We have found Mr. Harris to be extraordinarily open, honest, helpful, and professional. Plus, his fees have been very reasonable!
– Richard

I never thought that I would need a lawyer; I never considered that I would ever, ever be in a situation where I would need a lawyer…until the day came where I needed one. I did not have time to ask around for recommendations or do any research. I had to act quickly and found myself calling Mr. Ken Harris to represent me because someone had heard that he was a good lawyer. I was putting my “life” into the hands of a complete stranger. I nervously walked into his office and fumbled through explaining what I was going through, Ken’s immediate reassurance and boldness made me feel confident in his ability to represent me. There is no doubt that Ken knows the laws, has a tenacious personality and will fight for his clients, but what Ken had that I needed most was genuine empathy for me as a person and the unfortunate situation I had found myself in. Ken is not just a lawyer; he is a real person with a real conscious who clearly values his clients as individuals and fights for what is not only in their best interests, but for what is right.
– Niki

Ken did his best for me considering what we were dealing with. I would recommend him and his partners to anyone who needed legal services.


Areas of Focus:

Criminal Law

  • Theft Offenses
  • Drug Offenses
  • DUI
  • Homicide
  • Assaults
  • Harassment
  • General Impairment
  • Penalties

Family Law

  • Divorce
  • Custody
  • Support
  • Alimony

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