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Phone: 267-460-8450

Email: kbloom@kbloomlaw.com

Address:
721 Dresher Road
Horsham,Pennsylvania,19044

Practice Areas:
Legal Professional

Kathy J. Bloom, the managing partner at Bloom Peters, LLC, focuses her practice in the areas of family law (divorce, custody, support, equitable distribution, etc.) and transactional law. Her firm, Bloom Peters, LLC, offers both Mediation services and Collaborative Law approaches to all family matters and other disputes, in addition to traditional litigation approaches. Ms. Bloom has extensive training in both Collaborative Law and Transformative Mediation. She also serves as an Arbitrator for the Court of Common Pleas in Montgomery County.

Ms. Bloom is experienced in resolving high conflict divorce and custody issues, including alienation, as well as, mutual consent divorces and amicable custody agreements. It is her belief that clients deserve respect, courtesy, and cooperation while dealing with life altering issues, such as divorce, custody, and support, purchasing or selling a home, or executing a will or power of attorney. While acting as a compassionate advocate, Ms. Bloom combines the unique ability to provide simple explanations of complex issues, and strives to make the process as painless as possible. She understands the need to fight when it is necessary, negotiate when it is appropriate, and compromise when it is required.

Ms. Bloom is a founding member of the Collaborative Law Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association, and a member of the Women in the Law Committee and the Family Law Section of the Montgomery Bar. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Commission on Women in the Profession, the Collaborative Law Committee and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee.

Prior to founding Bloom Peters, LLC, Ms. Bloom was an attorney at one of the nation’s top law firms focusing on class action securities litigation for institutional investors. She served as a law clerk for the Honorable Clyde W. Waite in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas, and was a summer intern for the Women’s Law Project in Philadelphia.