Who We Are

Brian I. Friedman, Esq.
Of Counsel

Brian Friedman specializes in all aspects of family law litigation and mediation matters, with an impressive success rate in settlement. From high net worth asset divisions to disputes regarding alimony and child support, Brian is the attorney you want by your side to obtain the most cost-effective and beneficial financial result for your case.

His depth of understanding of the California Family Code and case law is far reaching; and Brian’s well-thought out and calculated approach, tailored to his clients’ needs, makes him a valuable asset to any family law case.

Brian has devoted his career exclusively to family law since he started practicing in 2012, and has worked in the field of family law since 2001. His father and uncle are also highly respected family law attorneys.

Representative Cases

  • Successfully obtained an award of substantial financial assets for client after opposing party absconded with sizable community funds. (Los Angeles)
  • Successfully obtained a permanent Domestic Violence Restraining Order (with no expiration date) protecting client and minor children. The Restraining Order also awarded sole legal and sole physical custody to the client. (Los Angeles)
  • Successfully obtained a permanent spousal support award for client after a lapse in time of client receiving temporary spousal support. (Pasadena)
  • Successfully proved as false numerous representations made to the court by opposing party and restored primary physical custody to client. (Lancaster)
  • Successfully levied on opposing party’s separate property assets to collect past-due child support and spousal support arrearages. (Los Angeles)


  • University of La Verne College of Law, JD
  • California State University, Northridge, BA

Bar Admissions

  • California State Bar, Family Law Section
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association
Areas of Expertise:
  • Marital settlement agreements
  • Complex asset and debt division
  • Characterization of property as separate vs. community
  • Spousal and child support