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Mark Freeman Attorney

Seeking Legal Protection Through Aggressive Representation

Mark Freeman Attorney is located in Fayetteville, and serves customers in Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville, Siloam Springs, Bella Vista, Huntsville, Fort Smith , Washington, Benton, Madison, Carroll and crawford Counties and all northwest Arkansas. Our practice has extensive experience in family law, and we have many satisfied clients. We also practice criminal law, defending clients charged with felonies or misdemeanors. Call (479) 957-0803 for a free initial consultation or drop by our office for more information.

Father and Child


Anyone can petition for guardianship of another person, whether that person is a minor or an adult. If the person you're concerned about is incompetent or needs court protection, come to us for legal advice and let us have a look at the case you're presenting. We work with you directly on a day-to-day basis, one of the keys to succeeding. Our knowledge of case law and court standards helps you present the best possible evidence to support your case. We keep in touch and you can call us anytime for updates.

Paternity Action

The law holds people accountable for their behavior. As unpleasant as it may seem, a paternity suit establishes financial responsibility for a child, and children deserve to be taken care of. We petition the courts to compel the person concerned to undergo a DNA test. A hearing also can be requested to review the particulars of a demand for testing.

Results Matter

When the results come in, a court order can be shared with anyone entitled to the information. Paternity actions take place when the mother and the father of a child are not married or when a child is born before the parents are married. DNA testing and the outcome of a paternity suit have a direct bearing on custody, visitation, and child support, and affects your child's future.