Providing Transparent, Reliable Legal Counsel to
Individuals and Families
With several years of experience, Attorney Hans J. Bremer felt a desire and a capability to do more for Providence’s large community of undocumented immigrants struggling to make ends meet and living in fear. He felt he was ready to take on his own practice, so he resigned from his position at a well-known law firm.
He opened a small office and gradually built a team that could meet the growing demands of the ever-changing immigration policies and climate. Within approximately a year and a half, Attorney Bremer saw himself with a larger client base than he had ever dreamed.
The word had spread all over Rhode Island, and in a surprising number of states, that there was a place where undocumented immigrants could be heard and where they could trust.
Providing counsel and aid in the pathways for visitation, residence, and naturalization
in the United States.
Helping resolve legal issues in family relationships. This includes divorce, guardianship, child custody, and child support.
Defending rights to freedom and protection in accordance with the law.
Why Choose Us
Legal matters are stressful enough; you should not have to worry about lawyers too. At Bremer Law &
Associates, our focus is fighting for the best possible outcome for each case all the while keeping our
clients in the loop with each and every step we take. We work for you.
Trust. Personable. Precision
Every decision made on a case is important and can potentially change the course of a case and have an immeasurable effect on a client’s life. That is why we value trust, personability, and precision. We want to make sure each of our clients is comfortable with each decision, with us, and with our work. We take great pride in how detail-oriented we are with every stage of a case and the communication between us and our clients.
Hans J. Bremer, Esq.
Undergraduate Degrees from University of Utah 2006 Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Spanish Juris Doctorate Degree from Roger Williams University School of Law 2008 Member of the Rhode Island and Massachusetts Bars since 2009.
Honors and Awards:
Roger Williams School of Law, Feinstein Center for Pro Bono & Experiential Education 2013 Public Interest Alumni Award for “exemplary commitment to serving the community and promoting justice for the underrepresented”
CALI Excellence for the Future Award, Roger Williams University, for excellent achievement in the study of Religion, Law, and Lawyering
Roger Williams School of Law, Feinstein Institute for Legal Services, Pro Bono Collaborative Award Winner 2009 “for professionalism, collaborative spirit, and exemplary commitment to service the community and promoting justice for the underrepresented through the PBC Women’s Center RI Project.
Providence, Rhode Island Citizen Citation Award Recipient, 2015 Awarded by Governor Jorge Elorza “in recognition of many contributions, leadership, and support toward the Guatemalan community in Providence and throughout Rhode Island, enriching the multi-cultural fabric of (Providence, Rhode Island) ….In commemoration of the 194th Anniversary of the Independence of Guatemala.”
Organization Maya K’iche USA Award of Gratitude, 2018 Awarded with “heartfelt appreciation for exemplary professionalism in representing the Guatemalan and Mayan communities of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.”
Pentecostal Church Mi Casa de Oracion Gift of Gratitude “for unconditional support of the missionary work in Guatemala” December 16, 2019 Aldea Pie de la Cuesta, Zacapa
Roger Williams School of Law 2013
Member of the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Bars
Awards and Accomplishments:
Law Bridge Scholarship Recipient
Public Interest Summer Stipend Recipient
Second American to receive an internship with the Immigration and Asylum Upper Tribunal, London, UK
Family and Criminal Law Lawyer
Attorney Peter’s practice areas include criminal defense, landlord/tenant disputes, and family law, including divorces, paternity issues, child custody, and visitation. Prior to Bremer Law, Peter worked in general litigation as well as served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Associate Justice Gilbert Indeglia of the Rhode Island Supreme Court. Peter graduated from Brigham Young University (2004) and Roger Williams University School of Law (magna cum laude, 2011). Peter is licensed to practice law in the states of Rhode Island and Massachusetts as well as the United States Supreme Court.