DIvorce, Child Custody, and Workers Comp Blog | Jeffrey M. Bloom
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At Bloom Law Office, we specialize in all aspects of divorce including post-divorce actions such as modifying your divorce decree. Post-divorce actions are any changes or updates after a divorce is finalized. Common examples include when a parent is relocated for work, or a parent...

In an ideal world, divorces would be relatively straightforward, but Bloom Law Office knows that isn’t always the case. There are primarily two types of divorces: Contested and uncontested. An uncontested divorce means the spouses agree on their divorce terms. The court isn’t needed to...

You've been injured at work - now what? Bloom Law Office specializes in working with workers' compensation claimants, and knows that what you do immediately after the injury (or realizing the injury) is critical. We tend to think of work-related injuries as sudden, traumatic, and...

At Bloom Law Office, we often have clients arrive for a complimentary workers' compensation claim consultation who are worried about their eligibility because they "caused" the accident (or think they did). With workers' compensation insurance, it doesn't matter who caused the accident or if there...

What happens to assets when a couple divorces? It's one of the first questions asked at Bloom Law Office, and with good reason. In an ideal world, couples would decide for themselves the best way to divvy up assets and property, but that doesn't always...