Having represented Yuma County residents, and many others from across the country, for more than 17 years, BLEICH LAW OFFICE, PC has an understanding of what constitutes a successful criminal defense. Whether you’ve been accused of committing drug offenses, or domestic violence, or you are currently facing other charges, Robert Bleich knows what it takes to help you secure the outcome you deserve.
Attorney Robert Bleich has been around long enough to know that there is nothing more damaging than risking your rights and freedom. There’s simply no reason to gamble with your future, especially when a superior alternative is available to you at an affordable rate. If you or someone you love has recently been charged with a crime, contact our office as soon as possible.
Attorney Robert Bleich has been advocating for the rights and safety of families in Yuma for over 17 years. Whether you're facing issues relating to divorce, child custody, child support, or other family law matters, we are here to offer the compassionate help needed to reach a fair resolution.
Since 2001, BLEICH LAW OFFICE, PC has been representing Yuma residents with criminal defense and family law matters. Call (928) 329-1991 now to schedule your initial consultation.
At BLEICH LAW OFFICE, PC, Robert Bleich provides legal representation in matters relating to criminal defense, and family law in Yuma County, and throughout Arizona. Whether you’re facing criminal charges, or going through a difficult family law matter, you deserve an attorney who can present your case in a favorable manner. Call BLEICH LAW OFFICE, PC now to schedule an appointment.
Robert Bleich received his J.D. in 1999 from St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami FL. Admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 2000, Robert opened BLEICH LAW OFFICE, PC the following year, establishing a criminal defense and family law practice. He has been called "a straight shooter who’s worth every penny", and he is qualified to help you try to obtain the outcome you deserve.
(Downtown; on 2nd St., between 1st Ave. and Madison)