Meet michael klEiman
What is your business and where is it?
I am a founding member of Bleczinski, Kleiman & Klein, LLC located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Our firm has been in existence since April of 2004. My partners and I exclusively practice Family Law in the five county area.
What motivates you to make divorce healthier?
In over 20 years of handling divorce cases, I have seen the good and the bad. Highly contentious, protracted divorces are destructive to families. No one “wins” in those situations. Conversely, a healthy divorce entails amicable and cooperative behavior. When spouses engage in such a manner, they likely will maintain a meaningful relationship post-divorce. This is vital if there are children. Assisting clients in achieving such outcomes is a priority in my practice.
Why did you decide to Sponsor the Make Divorce Healthier Symposium?
My firm and I are proud to help promote the meaningful dialogue between like-minded professionals that will occur at the Symposium. We are committed to furthering the notion of healthy divorce.
What do you hope to take away from the Symposium?
The credentials of those presenting at the Symposium are quite impressive. I look forward to learning ways to improve the services provided to clients from a multi-disciplinary perspective. I also look forward to interacting and developing relationships with other professionals who are also committed to helping families that are struggling through a very difficult time in their lives.
What would you like to talk about that I did not ask you?
I reside in Dresher, Pennsylvania with my wife and two teenage daughters. I’ve learned that to be an effective lawyer, achieving a professional and personal balance is very important. When not working, I enjoy coaching my daughters’ sports teams and outdoor activities, particularly hiking locally and in the Western U.S. I also enjoy volunteer work, serving on the Board of the Briar Bush Nature Center, and volunteering for Canine Partners for Life.
Those who have a vision for shaping a better future of divorce.