We are committed to providing clients with reliable services when dealing with difficult legal issues – in the court room, and the in the conference room as we seek a mediated solution.
Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) April 01, 2014
The husband and wife team of Brian Freeman and Tanya Hughes Freeman have announced their recent membership in online mediation network Mediation.com. The announcement serves as the foundation of a campaign to publicize their Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services.
“Whether you need an aggressive advocate or gentle guidance,” said Brian, “we always involve our clients every step of the way. We make sure all concerns are addressed, and our clients never have trouble getting in touch with us. No matter what your issue, we always put the needs of our clients first. We are committed to providing clients with reliable services when dealing with difficult legal issues – in the court room, and the in the conference room as we seek a mediated solution.”
The Freeman’s law firm focuses on all aspects of Family Law (including divorce and adoptions) as well as personal injury cases, auto accidents, DUI arrests, landlord/tenant disputes, estate law and workers compensation.
Brian Freeman has over 30 years of experience in litigation and ADR, and served as a former Deputy Attorney General for the state of New Jersey. He currently serves as a panelist on the Early Settlement Panel Matrimonial Program for the Hudson County Superior Court Family Division. Tanya Hughes Freeman’s legal expertise stems from her extensive background as an auditor in both the banking and healthcare industries prior to joining her husband’s firm. She also finds time in her busy schedule to serve her community in a variety of roles, including as a Trustee of the University of Phoenix, and as a past member of the Board of Directors of the Jersey City Salvation Army. Tanya also serves as the chairperson for the Hudson County Superior Court’s Juvenile Justice/Family Committee. Both spouses are qualified Family Law and Civil mediators.