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Attorneys Haley & Billy Harden were born in Charlotte, NC and have lived in the surrounding area their entire lives. They seek to provide clients at our firm with the best possible representation built on a foundation of trust. Harden Law Firm is passionate about helping others while they endure some of the more difficult times of their lives.

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