Freeman Law Center, LLC, provides the personal attention of a small law firm and the experience of a large firm. Led by Brian Freeman, we provide a comfortable environment in which clients can get through legal problems. With over 30 years of experience, our New Jersey Divorce Lawyers will provide aggressive trial work for anyone needing a skilled trial attorney.

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Discusses When a Child Can be Emancipated

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Discusses When a Child Can be Emancipated

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Discusses When  a Child Can be Emancipated  As an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney I am often asked when a child can be emancipated.  In New Jersey, the age of emancipation is generally 18. However, if the child is in an institution of higher learning in a four-year, full-time program,…

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Discusses Sole Custody

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Examines Having Sole Custody

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney Examines Having Sole Custody  As an experienced New Jersey Child Custody Attorney I am often asked about sole custody.  If a party is considering getting a divorce in New Jersey and there’s children involved, one option is having sole custody. There’s two different types of sole custody: sole legal custody…

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses If You Should Get a Prenup

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses If You Should Get a Prenup

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses If You Should Get a Prenup  As an experienced Divorce Attorney I am often asked by people if they should get a prenuptial agreement prior to marriage.  In New Jersey, prenuptial agreements have grown in popularity because that predetermines what would happen in the event of a dissolution of the…

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses Responding to Divorce Papers

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Explains How to Respond to Divorce Papers

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Explains How to Respond to Divorce Papers  As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney I am often asked how one should respond to divorce papers.  In New Jersey, when you’ve been served with a summons of complaint for divorce, you should immediately go to an attorney. You only have a certain…