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Posted by Nicole, a Child Custody client, Flag
I obtained Julie for a custody case. I have never been in this situation before and Julie really comforted me and explained exactly what was going to happen. She is extremely knowledgeable and her response time is second to none. Julie is really making my situation much easier to deal with and would absolutely recommend her to anyone
Posted by Lauren, a Child Custody client, Flag
My experience with Julie Freeman has been nothing but professional and knowledgeable. I am currently going through a nightmare of a custody trial over my daughter and Julie not only has emphathized with me since day one, but she is always available and responsive to my every need. There have even been times of extreme stress in the late night where Julie has taken the time out of her personal life to go out of her way and ensure me I am not alone in my battle. Through this experience, there is noone I would rather ensure my trust and well being with other than Julie. She is an incredible representative of the well known and appraised Adinolfi and Lieberman Law Firm. For anyone in need of incredible representation and dedication, I encourage you to quickly seek counsel in Ms. Julie Freeman.
Posted by Alice, a Divorce client, Flag
I dislike having to post a negative review. But each time I food shop, pay bills and look at my checking account balance, I get so angry. So if one person reads this who has never been divorced before, and thinks the attorney you pay a fortune to will be on your side, will protect you, think again. I would like to point out that the attorney who originally worked my divorce was fired halfway through, and Ms. Freeman eventually took it over. She claimed to be familiar with my case, and the firm's partner, Mr. Adinofi, was also working on it. It all went downhill on settlement day. First she told me that my adult son could not be in the room with us (me and my attorney). Because I was on medication for anxiety, I felt I may him with me, for decision making, but she said no, and I assumed it was illegal, now I think she just disliked him. When settlement time came, she agreed to every demand that my husband's attorney sent into the room. When I tried to question just one demand, she raised her voice, placed her hands on the table, leaned over towards me and threatened that she would rip up the settlement and I would end up in court. Which I was trying to avoid due to lack of funds, because the attorneys already had cost me tens of thousands of dollars. As soon as she and I sat down at the table, she told me that she didn't like my adult son's comments to her, that she was working on my case when she wanted to be eating dinner with her husband. She went on to say, "your son has ruined this settlement." Soon after I became aware that her hostility towards my son had turned to me. I ended up with no home, no health insurance, only part of life insurance, little alimony, and no child support after a 30 year marriage. I finally walked out of the office telling her since I can't even comment on this, you may as well just write it up, agree to whatever YOU want and I will come back in and sign it. I walked out of the building and came back in to sign. I was not defeated by my ex, but by my attorney whom I still owe and have to pay. It felt like the worse day of my life.