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Greg Freeze

Greg Freeze

1725 Kingwood St, Ste 1

Florence, OR 97439

(541) 997-7787

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Wills and Probate
  • Business Formation
  • Real Estate-Business
  • Real Estate-Personal
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In Florence, Oregon, my practice tends to attract clients from the following practice areas:

  • Wills & Trusts
  • Real Estate
  • Corporation and Business Law
  • Labor & Employment Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Elder Law
  • Divorce & Family Law
  • Taxation
  • Product Liability
  • Personal Injury
  • DUII / DUI / DWI
  • Social Security & Disability
  • Criminal Law

As an attorney on the Oregon coast, I am flexible in my approach to accepting clients.  If an issue is outside my area of expertise, I will "associate in" an attorney from outside Florence, OR, in order to give my clients the best representation possible.  Because of this approach, I welcome networking calls from contract attorneys and independent attorneys throughout the state of Oregon.  Feel free to visit my website at to find out more about my practice in Florence, Oregon.

Prior to coming to the practice of law, I had a career in enterprise software.  I had the pleasure of running operations for several years for a successful NASDAQ company.  In my years of experience as COO, I was personally involved with all kinds of legal issues.  It was perhaps this exposure to the law that peaked my interest in law to the point of my committing to going to law school in my late 40s.  Picking up a specialization in intellectual property seemed natural with my software development background, so I pursued and achieved the certificate in intellectual property offered by Whittier Law School.  After passing the California bar exam, I ventured north to Oregon and passed the bar there as well before relocating to Lane County, Oregon in Florence.  From this small town of nearly 10,000 people, pursuing a specialization in intellectual property is not a wise business choice, so my focus now is to become an extreme generalist.

Hence, my motto:

"Small town law -- all issues welcome."

Law School: Whittier
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Practice Areas: Personal > Real Estate-Personal
Business > Business Law
Personal > Estate, Trust Planning
Business > Real Estate-Business
Personal > Wills and Probate
Business > Business Formation
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