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Mr. Bleich, is not a family lawyer. Mr. Bleich is a lawyer whom, seeks to negotiate the case in order to close the case as soon as he can. Mr. Bleich does not like to fight for client, when as a client you do not agree on his advise. Family law is not his forte, and do not recommend him to fight for your children, child support, and divorce. He was my second lawyer in my divorce, since my first lawyer passed away. Mr. Bleich, is very intimidating, and you never come out of his office at peace. Having a lawyer, is paying for service, that give you the trust of being on your side, and not always going against your wishes, since you do have some knowledge of prior lawyer characters. Negotiating, is not a character of a lawyer, when he seeks to wrap up a case, since he no longer wants to be your lawyer.
Represented me in my divorce case and all I can say is, if there is a winner in a divorce, I WON! Robert was up front and honest with me even if it didn't make me happy. He told me what to expect and guided me down the right path. I told him after that he got me angry in his office, but in court, he was fabulous. I would and have already recommended him. This case took close to 2 years to complete but again it was worth the wait. The time was not his fault, it just happened that way since we were living separate in two countries.
Represented me in a divorce case and let my ex wife's lawyer walk all over him. Didn't want to fight and basically sold me down the river.
I got popped for attempted possession of marijuana, and attempted possession of drug paraphernalia at the I-8 Border Patrol checkpoint on my way from California to Arizona. The Border Patrol guards informed me that my medical marijuana recommendation was not valid in their eyes, and that I was likely in a lot of trouble. Freaked out of my mind, I got to doing the legwork of looking for a lawyer. I called every lawyer I could find a number for in Pheonix, Tempe, and Yuma, and in hindsight it is incredible how many of these jackals traffic in fear. Some told me that my best case scenario would be to take a plea, and some wanted to charge me prices up to 5,000 dollars to take that plea. Then there was Robert Bleich. From the moment I called his office, and heard the cheery voice of his amazing paralegal Lydia, I had an odd feeling that everything was going to be all right. Before walking me, step by step, through how the legal process was to unfold, Robert made a point of telling me to relax, which after talking to the hordes of fear mongering attorneys was exactly what I needed to hear. When I hung up the phone, it felt like a weight had been lifted off my chest. On the drive back to California I stopped by his office, and before I left I had paid his very reasonable fee, and felt assured that he was the best choice. Over the next few weeks, I called him whenever I was feeling nervous about the situation, and always got his reassurance. Getting the call, less than a month after our meeting, when he told me that my case had been dismissed was one of the best feelings I have ever had. If you are reading this and are in the same situation I was, save yourself the time, energy and stress, and call Robert Bleich. It’s a no brainer.
Robert represented me in a criminal case where I was stopped at a border patrol checkpoint in Yuma and charged with a marijuana offense. Robert and his secretary Lydia were very helpful and there level of communication with me during that time was wonderful. Robert took care of everything to make the process as smooth as possible. I recommend anyone else in a situation like mine to trust this law firm as they are extremely professional.