Missouri Cottage Food Law

http://www.harrislawonline.com/

You want an attorney with the strength and experience to handle your concerns. You also want an attorney with the time and dedication to listen to your immediate needs and long-term goals.

As one of southwest Missouri’s fastest growing law firms, Harris Law handles a wide variety of legal matters. But what really sets Harris Law apart is Springfield lawyer Joel Harris’ dedication to his clients. And since they offer free initial consultations, it will not cost you anything to find out what the firm can do for you.

Focused On You
Running a client-centered practice, Harris Law will be focused on you and your legal concerns from day one. Whether you are going through a divorce or someone you love has been injured in an accident, the firm is poised to handle a wide range of concerns and give you a place to turn for life.

Offering a relaxed and approachable atmosphere at its Springfield-area offices, the firm prides itself on being there for its clients, no matter what legal concerns they face:

Personal injury
Family law
Criminal defense and DWI defense
In addition to offering flexible payment plans for all people, the firm accepts credit cards for all cases. All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis, so there is no fee until they recover for you.

Contact
Located in the Springfield area, Harris Law represents clients across southwest Missouri. To learn more about what they can do for you, contact them online and set up a free initial consultation.

Missouri Cottage Food Law

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