Laura Harris Courage has helped thousands of people battling unmanageable debt. She is dedicated to ending clients’ anxiety and providing them with a fresh start. With more than 20 years of experience, including several years working for the “other side,” Laura Harris-Courage is a seasoned bankruptcy litigator who knows how to put the system to work on behalf of her clients.
She obtained her Juris Doctor in 1984 from the University of Utah College of Law, where she graduated third in her class, was a member of the Order of the Coif, was a William H. Leary Scholar and a Utah Law Review staff member. She earned her BA in art and economics in 1979 from Brigham Young University, graduating magna cum laude and with high honors. In 1980-81 she was an LDS Missionary in Norway.
She has been a trustee and is a member of the Central New York Bankruptcy Bar Association, and a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and Utah and New York Bar Associations.
Laura Harris-Courage founded Harris-Courage & Grady PLLC with a commitment to providing clients with immediate debt relief and with assistance in starting over.
As a former attorney for creditors, she knows how the other side operates and what strategies they will use against you. Her extensive experience in the Northern District of New York Bankruptcy Court has earned her the respect of the judges, trustees, opposing attorneys and their staffs. She also has a complete understanding of often-changing bankruptcy laws, including the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act that took effect in 2005. Laura Harris-Courage puts all of this valuable knowledge and experience to work for thousands of clients struggling to overcome financial difficulties, even some of the most complex problems.
Our policy is to provide personal, one-on-one service, throughout the entire debt relief process. Your calls and questions are our primary concern and your comfort during the process is our mission.
Whether you are struggling financially because you were laid off or demoted, had a judgment entered against you, were stuck with a spouse’s debt, lost property to creditors or are simply maxed out on credit and just can’t pay, you owe it to yourself to call our office for a free phone consultation.
We want to help, and we can make a difference.