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James S. Friedman, LLC - Livingston, NJ

184 South Livingston AvenueSuite 9-347 Livingston, NJ 07039

Updated: 02/28/2014

Livingston Criminal Law Firm

Overview

Providing personalized, efficient and cost-effective legal services to individuals and businesses in New Jersey and New York

Today's legal environment is highly complex. Federal, state and local authorities are constantly issuing or amending laws that affect every aspect of personal and business affairs. Further, in order to use our court system effectively, parties must comply with numerous rules and procedures...

Providing personalized, efficient and cost-effective legal services to individuals and businesses in New Jersey and New York

Today's legal environment is highly complex. Federal, state and local authorities are constantly issuing or amending laws that affect every aspect of personal and business affairs. Further, in order to use our court system effectively, parties must comply with numerous rules and procedures. Against this backdrop, the selection of an attorney to provide advice and counseling in any given situation is a sensitive decision that can have a lasting impact upon an individual or business. James S. Friedman, L.L.C., responds to client needs with this in mind.

AN EMPHASIS ON CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS

The following principles guide the firm's relationships with its clients:

Personalized Service - Because every matter is different, the firm listens carefully to each client and crafts strategies and solutions to legal problems that are designed to achieve their unique goals. The firm involves clients in making decisions, and communicates with them regularly concerning the status of their matters. The firm strives to build positive relationships with clients that will continue long after the conclusion of any single engagement.

Focus on Reality - The firm develops a realistic assessment of a particular matter and renders advice accordingly. Efficient Representation - The firm's desire to represent clients aggressively and develop innovative solutions to legal problems is balanced with a pragmatic, results-oriented approach that focuses upon achieving client goals in an efficient manner. The firm always seeks to create and preserve value for clients without "overlawyering" matters.

Preventative Advice and Counseling - Because the cost of defending or settling a case can far exceed the cost of timely preventive action, the firm seeks to anticipate difficulties before they arise and advise clients on how to avoid disruptive, expensive or distracting problems and situations.

Matters are Concluded as Quickly as Possible - Matters that are allowed to linger or drift often become impediments to the efficient conduct of a client's personal or business affairs. Accordingly, in addition to resolving issues economically and in a way that achieves client goals, the firm always seeks to conclude matters as quickly as possible.

About James S. Friedman, LLC

Practice Areas

  • Criminal Law
  • Drug Possession Charges
  • DUI/DWI
  • Litigation & Appeals
  • Traffic Offenses
  • Assault
  • Weapons Charges
  • Theft / Larceny
  • Prostitution
  • Weapons Offenses
  • Criminal Mischief
  • Burglary

Office Information

Address

184 South Livingston AvenueSuite 9-347 Livingston, NJ 07039

Fax

  • (973) 596-8332

Other Offices

James S. Friedman, LLC (Main Office) 17 Academy Street Suite 305 Post Office Box 32009 Newark, NJ 07102 - 0409 (973) 495-0854

James S. Friedman, LLC 115 Pine Street Suite 7 Ridgewood, NJ 07450 - 1619 (973) 495-0854

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