Long Hagan Huff-Harris can help you navigate legal issues you are facing. Read through a brief overview of our practice areas below.
From child custody cases to highly contested divorces, the attorneys at Long Hagan Huff-Harris can offer you strong representation during such difficult times. Our Attorneys care about our clients and help them with every step of their divorce and/or family law matter. We also handle paternity matters as well as preparation of prenuptial agreements.
Today’s estate planning tools include more than a simple will, and our attorneys have the ability to work with you. Whether you are starting out or hoping to guarantee the future of those you will leave behind, our diverse experience aids us in understanding your situation and goals. Your work hard for your assets and they are important to you, and so is ensuring that they go where you intend. Let us help you create your estate planning arsenal and ensure that your assets pass safely to your family members.
The attorneys of Long Hagan Huff-Harris not only assist with estate planning, but we also help family members and/or personal representatives settle estates. Our attorneys are very knowledgeable in the areas of probate and trust administration (as well as estate taxation). We help personal representatives who have been nominated but are not quite sure what to do to settle the estate of a loved one. For instance, Long Hagan Huff-Harris can counsel personal representatives with filing the appropriate court and tax related documents necessary in a probate. Contact our office and we can walk you through all of the steps of probate and/or trust administration.
Our legal team is poised to represent clients in a wide range of transactional and business needs. Whether you are interested in incorporating a start-up business, have a thriving business that needs legal guidance or even desire to execute an import-export transaction, we can help you! We also have experience in transactional disputes and knowledge of various forms of alternative dispute resolution, which can help preserve a business relationship or merely prevent the costs of going to court.