Gary M. Freedman

Gary M. Freedman

Buffalo, New York

From his first job as a Camp Counselor almost 40 years ago, Mr. Freedman has spent his life learning to serve children and families. Mr. Freedman is dedicated to a holistic approach to client service recognizing needs that the client themselves may not recognize they have. Each individual presents an opportunity to serve in a very personal and caring way.

Mr. Freedman began his journey locally, at Maple West Elementary, Mill Middle and Williamsville East Where he earned a regents degree. Mr. Freedman then studied political science and history at The Ohio State University. Mr. Freedman then attended and Graduated from the Thomas M. Cooley Law school. While there, Mr. Freedman served as an Associate of the School Law Review.

While practicing since 1993, Mr. Freedman also took time to Serve as a Teacher for the Buffalo Public schools and a director for the Boys' and Girls' Clubs of Buffalo while simultaneously practicing Law.

Mr. Freedman ultimately entered the practice of Law Full Time. He is well versed in Criminal, Matrimonial, Worker's Compensation, Social security and Particularly Family Law representing both children and adults in the most Complex litigation, abuse and Neglect. In many cases, parents face losing the rights to their children and there are very few attorneys locally skilled in representing those people. In 2018, Mr. Freedman was named the Family Court Practitioner of the year by the Aid to Indigent Program which is comprised of approximately 300 Attorneys.

Mr. Freedman lives with his wife and two stepchildren in North Tonawanda. In his spare time he loves to travel and play music with his family.

Areas of Practice

  • Family
  • Divorce


  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan
    • Law Review: Thomas M. Cooley Law Review, Associate
  • The Ohio State University
    • Major: Political Science and History