Welcome to Jeffrey Bloom!

Jeffrey M. Bloom, EJD has more than 13 years experience as a litigation paralegal assisting clients with their very important and personal needs.  Jeffrey has spent more than 16 years in the United States Air Force, serving in both Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. Jeffrey completed law school in 2009 and is presently enrolled in Creighton University to complete his Masters Degree in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution.  Jeffrey started his mediation practice in 2011 and enjoys assisting people resolve their issues amicably while at the same time saving time and money that would have been the result by going through the litigation process.  In addition, Jeffrey has started a non-profit organization with a mission to create a conflict resolution community center for those who need these type of services and cannot afford to pay on their own.  Jeffrey has one daughter and two grandsons with a granddaughter due in February of 2015.

Jeffrey will be posting monthly articles.  The Time to Play Foundation welcomes him to our Council of Professional Resources.

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Jeffrey M. Bloom, EJD has more than 13 years experience as a litigation paralegal assisting clients with their very important and personal needs.  Jeffrey has spent more than 16 years in the United States Air Force, serving in both Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. Jeffrey completed law school in 2009 and is presently enrolled in Creighton University to complete his Masters Degree in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution.  Jeffrey started his mediation practice in 2011 and enjoys assisting people resolve their issues amicably while at the same time saving time and money that would have been the result by going through the litigation process.  In addition, Jeffrey has started a non-profit organization with a mission to create a conflict resolution community center for those who need these type of services and cannot afford to pay on their own.  Jeffrey has one daughter and two grandsons with a granddaughter due in February of 2015.

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