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Combating False Identifications

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Instructing and Informing the Jury Dedicated to the late Robert Shomer I. Personal Experiences I have had three opportunities in my career as a criminal-defense attorney to utilize the services of an Identification Expert. The first case in which I engaged such an expert occurred in the mid 2000’s. It was a case in… Read More »

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Skills You Should Look for in a Sex Crime Defense Attorney

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Anybody charged with a crime has the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. When it comes to sex crimes, however, the court of public opinion is often eager to pronounce an accused person guilty before a court has had a chance to reach its verdict. Sex crimes are extremely serious, not just… Read More »

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Bruce Blumberg Named to 2018 Southwest Super Lawyers List

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The 2018 Southwest Super Lawyerslist was released today and for the fifth time, Bruce Blumberg was recognized. Blumberg was listed for his work as a criminal defense attorney in Arizona. Only 5 percent attorneys are selected to Super Lawyers.  Blumberg is certified as a specialist in criminal law by the State Bar of Arizona…. Read More »

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Preparing for Your Child Custody Case

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Be Prepared Being prepared for trial is critical to finding success in your child custody case. Preparation includes gathering documents of past involvement in your child’s life, having a parenting plan going forward and making arrangements to seamlessly transition your parenting style to accommodate the new arrangements. Stay Courteous It will bode well for… Read More »

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Gray Divorces and Four Things to Consider

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Despite the fact that divorce is becoming less popular nationwide, there is one type of divorce that is on the rise: the so-called “gray divorce.” This term, dedicated to couples over the age of 50 who choose to divorce, is en-vogue amongst baby boomers, as divorces for couples in this demographic are up more… Read More »

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Five Signs a Divorce Might Be Imminent

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Sometimes the best way to deal with divorce is to spot the warning signs before you’re faced with a decision to end your marriage. Below we’ll review five of the top trends or traits that are frequently found in divorcing couples. If you fit these categories is doesn’t mean your relationship is destined to… Read More »

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High-Net Worth Divorce Mistakes

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Divorces are often painful for anybody and can be one of life’s most challenging chapters. If you’re going through a divorce here are seven mistakes divorcing couples often make when the financial and emotional stakes are highest. Hiding Your Assets Hiding one’s assets is a bad idea generally, and particularly so in a divorce… Read More »

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How to Ensure the Best Child Custody and Shared Parenting Outcomes

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Divorce and separations can be incredibly difficult for children, but the extent to which it affects their happiness and quality of life is in large part dependent on the behavior of parents. There are things you can do to improve your chances of obtaining the child custody outcome that’s in your children’s best interest… Read More »

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Things to Look for In a Family Law Attorney

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Family law attorneys are your resource for a number of highly personal events in your life. Examples of family law services include adoption, child support, divorce, guardianship, marriage and more. At Blumberg & Associates, we understand the family law attorney selection is one that you don’t take lightly. Here are some key elements we… Read More »

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What is an Order of Protection in Arizona?

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An order of protection is issued by the court to limit the behavior of someone who harms or threatens to harm you.  You may apply for an order of protection if the defendant is connected to you in an intimate manner. For instance, the defendant must be your spouse or former spouse, roommate or… Read More »

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