It’s time to be heard.

Bringing resolution to the challenges you face.


Areti Georgopoulos, Attorney

Areti Georgopoulos is a skilled attorney who believes in compassionate representation. She is committed to championing her clients’ rights in a vigorous, ethical, and holistic way.

Learn about how Areti can bring harmony to your situation.

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Severance Review

When your employment ends, many employers offer severance payments in exchange for a release of claims. It is important to have an attorney review any agreement which releases your rights to pursue claims in court.

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Disability Accommodations & Medical Leave

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Minnesota Human Rights Act, most employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations to workers with disabilities. Accommodations may include changes to your work space, your work schedule, or even time off. These employers are prohibited from treating you unfavorably or terminating your employment because of your disability.

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If you are an at-will employee, employers can terminate your employment for a good reason, a bad reason, or no reason at all—but not because of your sex, disability, age, race, religion, color, national origin or other protected classes.

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Employees who report a violation of the law are protected against retaliation by the Minnesota Whistleblower Act, the Minnesota Human Rights Act, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, among others.

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It’s time for you to be treated fairly.

The legal process can be complex and difficult to navigate – Harmony Law is here for you every step of the way.



Hope Restored

“From the moment I started working with Areti, I was able to gain hope that things would work out in a fair way and they did. She was compassionate, patient, and supportive while facilitating my separation from employment and severance payment. I wanted to fight for myself and feel empowered. She allowed me to have a voice and leave with my head up high.”



Wrongfully treated?

It’s time to be rightfully represented.