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.

Grandparents' Rights in New Jersey

Grandparents’ Rights in New Jersey

Grandparents’ Rights in New Jersey Divorce often has consequences that reach beyond the immediate family. While spouses and children can feel the loss most acutely, others, including grandparents, can be devastated by the process. Alternatively, grandparents who provided significant care or guidance may suddenly find themselves on the outside, with great uncertainty about their rights.…

Domestic Violence

One in Three American Women Face Domestic Violence

One in Three American Women Face Domestic Violence Statistics Show That One-Third of U.S. Women Subjected to Domestic Abuse According to a 2011 study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 31% of women in the United States have been subjected to some form of physical violence by spouse or domestic partner.…

Smartphones Used By Abusers to Stalk Victims

Smartphones Used By Abusers to Stalk Victims

Smartphones Used By Abusers to Stalk Victims Cyberstalking Makes Use of Smartphones The conveniences that have been made available to us through our cell phones is often astonishing—getting directions when you are lost, finding the cheapest gas as you travel, finding a great place to eat. But smartphones also have a dark side, with features…

Study Shows Lower Marriage Rate Tied to Economic Divide

Study Shows Lower Marriage Rate Tied to Economic Divide

Study Shows Lower Marriage Rate Tied to Economic Divide Marriage More Likely for Higher Income People In a study conducted by the Pew Research Center, researchers found a consistent trend over the last half century—fewer and fewer people choosing never to marry. In 1960, less than 10 percent of adults never married. Today, that percentage…