Attorney J. Kenneth Harris is smart and wise. I recently consulted with him about a complicated inheritance matter where two brothers were inheriting a small estate consisting of real estate, cash and a life insurance policy (this was a different policy than the one insuring the deceased parent). Here's where things got complicated: The life insurance policy was "owned" by the estate, but insured one of the two brothers (the less well-off, starving artist-type.) This had happened because when the policy was established years earlier, the parents knew that the 2nd brother (a wealthy, money-obsessed business-type) was already set financially. When the last living parent finally passed, the wealthy brother insisted that the beneficiary of the policy (even though it insured the artist brother) be changed to include his children (that is the children of the wealthy business man). The alternative would be a small cash payment made to the business man's kids up front in exchange for the artist brother gaining full ownership of his life-insurance policy. (If it seems like extortion, I won't disagree. It is a little grotesque.) Given his expertise with both estate and insurance law, Mr. Harris was able to quickly and expertly lay out the different scenarios that could play out. Based on his advice, I was able to see the smartest solution -- the one with the least amount of potential land mines. What I particularly appreciated was Mr. Harris' life wisdom which accompanied his legal analysis. My situation is not yet resolved, but Mr. Harris' advice definitely put me at greater ease. I highly recommend Attorney "Ken" Harris -- he's smart, experienced and easy to talk to.