Jill Heitler Blomberg


Contact

Schoonmaker, George & Blomberg, P.C.

Locations

Office
1700 East Putnam Avenue Suite 206
Old Greenwich CT, 06870
Phone: (203) 862-5012
Fax: (203) 862-5099

Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation

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Counties

  • Fairfield, Connecticut
  • Hartford, Connecticut
  • Litchfield, Connecticut
  • Middlesex, Connecticut
  • New Haven, Connecticut
  • New London, Connecticut
  • Tolland, Connecticut
  • Windham, Connecticut

Legal Organizations

AICPA/AAML Divorce Planning Committee; AICPA/AAML Joint Seminar Committee; AAML Connecticut Chapter; International Academy of Family Lawyers; American Bar Association Member, Young Lawyers Family Law Section; Connecticut Bar Association; Fairfield County Bar Association; Special Masters Program in the Judicial District of Stamford; Connecticut Chapter of Fordham University School of Law Alumni Association.

Awards

Place in the Top 50: Women New England Super Lawyers (2016, multiple awards),Placed in the Top 25: Women Connecticut Super Lawyers (2016, multiple awards), Placed in the Top 100: New England Super Lawyers in 2014 from Super Lawyers Magazine, Placed in the Top 50: Connecticut Super Lawyers in 2014 from Super Lawyers Magazine; Named as a Rising Star in all of New England by Super Lawyers Magazine (2008 through 2012); Selected by peers as one of the nation's best matrimonial lawyers in "Best Lawyers in America" in 2016,; Selected by Lexis Nexis/Martindale-Hubbell for the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers in 2009; Received the highest rating of 10 ("Superb") from AVVO; Attorney Blomberg was also honored as a "VIV Magnificent Woman" from the online magazine, VIV Mag.

CLE Presentations

Property Distributions-"The Cases We Have Known, Do Know, or Should Know" presented to the Family Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Assn., March 12, 2002; Premarital Agreements: "What Every Young (or Not So Young) Trusts and Estate's Lawyer Needs to Know"-presented to the Young Lawyer's Section (Trust and Estates) of the Connecticut Bar Assn., March 15, 2005.

Author

"What Every Young Lawyer Needs to Know About Premarital Agreements," The Connecticut Lawyer, November 2000; "Unconscionability: the Heart of the Premarital Agreement Act," the American Journal of Family Law, Summer 2001; "Putting Your Cards on the Table," Connecticut Law Tribune, August 2008; Co-Editor, Connecticut Family Law Citations (2000-2005); Top Ten Family Law Cases, Connecticut Bar Association, January 27, 2011; An Introduction to Family Law, Connecticut Bar Association seminar held February 16, 2011; "What Every Non-Matriomonial Lawyer Should Know About Premarital Agreements, Trusts, Gifts & Inheritance," Withers Bergman, LLP, September 2010; Presented a NBI Advanced Family Law Seminar, March 14, 2013; Coordinator for the Committee Presentation "Pleasures and Pitfalls of Collecting and Presenting Electronic Evidence" presented at the 2013 AAML Mid-Year Meeting, March 19, 2013.

AAML Chapter

Connecticut Chapter, Vice President, 2016; Secretary, 2015-2016; Treasurer, 2014-2015; Board of Managers, 2010-Present.