4 November 2021, Mornington Peninsula
Principal of Freeman Family Law Graeme Freeman has been servicing the Mornington Peninsula community from his CBD based firm for over 25 years. Now, due to demand for accredited family law specialists in the area, Freeman Family Law has opened a new office at 786 Esplanade, Mornington, VIC 3931.
Graeme and his team of associates in family law will be available for appointments at their Mornington Peninsula office with new and existing clients from the Peninsula and surrounding suburbs starting in November 2021.
‘We are excited about this new chapter for Freeman Family Law and our Peninsula based clients. While we have offices in other suburban locations after buying into this area myself years ago, this feels particularly fitting’ says Graeme Freeman.
After years of our Mornington based clients having to travel to see us in our city offices, offering this new space is a way we can better assist our local family law clients’.
For more information about our new location and Freeman Family Law’s services or to discuss how we can assist you with your family law matter, call our Mornington Office on (03) 59474836.
Freeman Family Law has been operating since 1992 and is lead by one of the most respected and sought after family lawyers in Melbourne, Graeme Freeman. Our team of associates specialise in family law and are well equipped to handle every case to achieve the best possible outcome. We pride ourselves on providing practical, objective and realistic advice at all times.
Freeman Family Law has been assisting clients for over 30 years on matters involving divorce or separation, complex financial and property issues, as well as advice on parenting and wills & estates. Book an appointment with an Accredited Family Law Specialist online or at one of our offices in Yarraville, South Melbourne, Caroline Springs, Essendon or Mornington.Enquire Now
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