We are a small public interest firm dedicated to serving you. Conveniently located in the Merrimack Valley, we are near several major courthouses in both Essex and Middlesex counties, Massachusetts.

From our child welfare practice to our multidisciplinary juvenile law practice, we deliver excellence in all we do. We are committed to providing high-quality legal services at a cost that makes justice affordable. We value each of our clients and have organized our practices to reflect that importance.

Formally trained in both public health and the law, our attorneys offer comprehensive solutions for your legal problem including zealous legal representation, both inside the courtroom and beyond. We are proud to represent our state's children and families.
Freitas & Freitas
Attorneys at Law
Freitas & Freitas, LLP
256 Middlesex Street
Lowell, MA 01852
P: (978) 397-6964 (CF)
    (978) 397-6542 (DF)
F: (978) 422-1617
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   Our firm partners were proud to present to attorneys across the country at the 2019 ABA Conference on Access to Justice for Children and Families and the 2019 ABA Conference on Parent Representation.

   On March 29, 2019, our firm partners were honored to both receive the Massachusetts Juvenile Bar Association's Book Award, personally dedicated by Chief Justice Roderick Ireland (Ret.).