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Steven Eric Blumenthal

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Phone: (954) 636-7498
Fax: (866) 794-8267

1930 Harrison St, #205
Hollywood, Florida 33020

I have over 25 years experience in the family services and legal fields, including representing clients in divorce, time-sharing, child support, domestic violence and other family law cases, representing and advising clients regarding complex business, tax and real estate issues, litigating dependency (child abuse and neglect) cases, and my former work as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist focusing on work with children, families and couples. A family law case is often a complicated business law matter, involving reorganization and valuation of businesses, valuation and division of pension plans, and consideration of complicated tax law issues, and at the same time – often during the same hearing, a case involving important children’s issues, and the complex and varied ways in which these issues can arise in a family law case. I received my J.D. degree from the University of Chicago in 1985, M.Ed. and Ed.S. degrees from the University of Florida in 1991 and LL.M (Master of Laws in Taxation) from the University of Florida in 1999.


J.D., University of Chicago Law School, 1985

LL.M (Tax), University of Florida, 1999

M.Ed. & Ed.S., University of Florida, 1991

B.A., University of Virginia, 1981
Phi Beta Kappa

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Florida, 1986
Professional & Bar Association Memberships

The Florida Bar
Member Since: 1986

Broward County Bar Association

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (MT 1515)

Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator

Certified Guardian ad Litem
Volunteer, Broward County Guardian ad Litem Program

Collaborative Family Law Professionals of South Florida
Member, Board of Directors

Pro Bono Experience
Broward Lawyers Care – Broward County Pro Bono Legal Services Program
Recipient of 2009 Recognition for Exceptional Pro Bono Services
Work for No More Tears, a Broward Agency Providing Services for Victims of Domestic Violence