Aaron Freeman's focus is on his clients. Aaron strives to give his clients the highest legal representation while always keeping the client informed about their case. Aaron is an easygoing, easy to talk with lawyer who wants to help his clients achieve their goals.
The Freeman Law Office is located on the south east side of Indianapolis. With easy access to downtown and free and convenient parking, the Freeman Law Office is the right choice for you. Aaron Freeman is a hard working, energetic lawyer who is ready to assist you.
Aaron works to get the best possible results for his clients. Not every case needs to proceed to court. In numerous cases, Aaron was able to achieve the client's needs without going to trial or even into a courtroom. Aaron will work with each client, discuss the client's options, and work toward the best result possible.
8925 Southeastern Avenue
Indianapolis IN 46239
No free initial consultation.
Aaron provides the highest legal representation at great rates. Depending on the type of case, Aaron may charge a flat fee or charge by the hour for legal work performed. Aaron will work with those clients who may have difficulty with payment.
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Aaron loves the practice of law. Helping others with their problems and assisting them through the legal process is a great honor. Aaron handles a broad range of cases. From criminal law to estate planning and family law matters, he can help you with your legal matter.
A well-informed client is welcomed. Aaron will work with each client to ensure they are aware of their legal options and how best to get the preferred result.
Aaron will review all material relevant to the case provided by a client. Aaron works hand-in-hand with each client to ensure they are an active participant in the process. Aaron will keep each client informed on their case as they work toward their goal.
Any time someone has to appear in court, Aaron would always advise that person to retain counsel. The law is a complex business with procedural requirements and deadlines. Your complex legal needs are best served by a member of the bar who can represent those needs.
Aaron Freeman worked as a Marion County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for nearly five years. Aaron prosecuted all level of crimes, from misdemeanors to murder, and serving in the Grand Jury Division, prosecuting white collar crimes and complex investigations. Aaron also served in the homicide unit, prosecuting murder and attempted murder cases.
While in law school, Aaron clerked for Federal District Court Judge Joe Billy McDade, in the Central District of Illinois. He also clerked for the United States Attorney's Office in the Central District of Illinois.
Prior to his legal career, Aaron was an emergency 911 dispatcher in Franklin County, Indiana and an emergency medical technician.
Aaron has a wide range of life experiences. Aaron was an emergency 911 dispatcher in Franklin County, Indiana and an emergency medical technician. Aaron has the best interests of his clients in mind in every decision he makes. Aaron's diverse background and understanding of the court process is an asset to his clients.
Aaron prides himself on being a friendly, available, and capable lawyer. Aaron will work one-on-one with his clients, and will even provide his cell phone number in case his clients need to get in touch with him. Aaron is very easy to get along with and will help you with your legal needs.Personal interests:
Aaron enjoys sports, and in particular, the Indianapolis Colts. Aaron is also a fan of college basketball. However, Aaron is most excited about the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and their football team. Most Saturday afternoons you can either find Aaron in South Bend, Indiana or in front of a television watching the Irish.
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