Blumberg Law Group, LLP is committed to aggressive representation for and on behalf of children. Too often, children are viewed more as property and not as individual human beings. In the legal arena, this is certainly true where children’s voices are muted and their rights ignored. With BLG’s focus on civil law and policy, BLG is uniquely qualified to provide sound legal advice and representation to and on behalf of children and their parents.


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