Harris Law
Harris Law

Harris Law

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Introduction: Hello, I'm Stephen Harris and I have practiced law primarily in the chapter 11 business and personal chapter 7 bankruptcy arena for over 45 years in Northern Nevada. Bankruptcy may not be your only option. Let’s explore all of the alternatives and possibilities that could exist for you. I am here to help. Let me work with you. Please make an appointment for your free, confidential and personal consultation to talk things over.

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Tori M.
Apr 8, 2020
My experience with Mr. Harris was exceptional. He was very knowledgeable in the area of bankruptcy and he made me feel comfortable throughout the entire process. I would recommend his services to anyone looking to hire a bankruptcy attorney.
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Ernie P.
Apr 11, 2020
Mr. Harris was knowledgeable and honest in communicating alternatives to bankruptcy that myself or the other lawyers I contacted didn't even mention. He saved me a lot of grief and solved my financial woes at the same time. I would recommend him to anyone seeking answers.
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Pam S.
Apr 8, 2020
Very knowledgeable and trustworthy. Got the job done quickly. I would use him again.
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Stephen Harris


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    Chapter 7 bankruptcies cost you $335 in court filing fees, assuming it does not involve any kind of repayment plan. All attorneys’ fees must be paid before filing in these cases. Chapter 13 filing fees are $274. These are cases in which you repay all or part of your debts over a period of time. Business reorganization Chapter 11 cases have a filing fee of $1,717. Generally, attorneys we charge in the range of $500-$1500 for simple Chapter 7 cases. It is quite common for Chapter 13 cases to have fees of $2000-$4000 for the initial retainer before the filing and the balance paid out over a period of time or through the trustee’s disbursements. As the debtor make his monthly payment to the trustee, the trustee pays out the allowed administration fees including the attorney, taxes, and others in line with their priority.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    Today, you simply need to consider carefully whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you, and then gather the paperwork we talk about later in these FAQs. In order to be eligible to file bankruptcy, you must receive credit counseling within the 180 days prior to filing. Specifically, the law requires you to receive, from an approved agency, a briefing outlining the opportunities for credit counseling and help with a budget analysis. We will prepare the forms that you must file in a chapter 7 case. To prepare those forms, we will need certain information from you.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I attended the University of Southern California (USC) for undergraduate studies and then continued my legal education at the University of San Diego; graduating in June 1974. I became a licensed attorney in the State of Nevada in September 1974.

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