Hillary Freeman is an attorney who is deeply committed to representing people with disabilities and their family members. Having a brother with autism, Hillary is able to combine her own personal experiences with her legal education and training to help advocate for other families when seeking for support services. She frequently assists clients with special education matters and Section 504 issues, in addition to helping with higher education matters, some of which include accessing accommodations for high stakes testing and graduate school admissions tests. Hillary also helps clients obtain guardianship over their family members with special needs; prepare an estate plan that will protect the family member with special needs through the development of a long term care plan (including a special needs trust) and will help individuals with special needs access adult services. Hillary Freeman graduated from Widener University School of Law and practices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
In addition to advocating on behalf of individuals with disabilities and their family members, Ms. Freeman frequently offers pro bono speaking engagements upon request on a number of topics including but not limited to: developmental disabilities such as Autism, Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy, learning disabilities, mental illness (Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia)
Freeman Law Offices, LLC offers a variety of legal services for disabled individuals and their families in the state of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. To learn more about the firm’s practice areas, please call (609) 955-3529 or visit the firm’s website at http://www.FreemanLawOffices.com.