Rebalancing Family And Finances, And Helping With Injuries
When you face legal challenges, the law firm you turn to can make all the difference for your future. It is important you choose someone experienced to handle your case who truly cares about the outcome of the situation.
At Elkins & Freedman, we know you have a lot of choices. Choose to work with our firm because of our proven track record, our history and our client testimonials. We have been helping people throughout South Florida overcoming challenges since 1979. Our Palm Beach County lawyers are ready to pick up the phone, talk to you about your concerns and listen to what you want to accomplish.
What Sets Elkins & Freedman Apart
We know your personal worries may be overwhelming and your financial pressures equally serious. That is why we operate our law firm the way we do. Our lawyers offer:
- Free, highly informative consultations on matters of divorce, post-divorce modifications, debt relief through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and personal injury matters
- Straight talk and legal guidance you can depend upon, delivered in a no-nonsense style that is also compassionate and results-focused
- Flexibility to meet with you in the evening or on a weekend if needed, plus constant availability to the clients who place their trust in us
- Recognition that timing and cost as well as the outcome matter to you, backed by willingness to extend manageable payment plans
Contact Us To Explore Your Options — We Have Offices Throughout The Orlando Area And South Florida
With conveniently located offices in Orlando, Boynton Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and additional locations in surrounding communities, our Palm Beach Gardens attorneys make it easy to get the legal help you need. We take the intimidation out of the process in every way we can. For your free consultation, call 800-992-1277 or email us at Elkins & Freedman anytime. See our local phone numbers listed at the top of the page.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.