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Bleecker Law Firm Rebrands and Expands Services to Latino and LGBTQ Communities

Press Release

Bleecker Law Firm LLC has announced several changes to its practice including a rebrand, new office, and a new attorney to the firm’s roster of legal counsel. The firm changed its name to Bleecker Family Law after undergoing a rebrand, the first since opening its doors in 1997. To accommodate its expanding team, the firm expects to be operating in its new office located at 519 Savannah Hwy. in early January 2021. Sue Chang joined the firm as an associate attorney in October.

“We are thrilled to share these exciting milestones with our community and clients,” says Anne Frances Bleecker, founder and owner of Bleecker Family Law. “Our dynamic and energized team always goes the ultimate length for our clients and this new brand will further emphasize our mission to provide the best family law representation in South Carolina, as we have for more than 20 years.”

The growing firm includes two paralegals, an office manager, a receptionist and has recently hired its fourth attorney, Sue Chang. Chang joins the team with more than 12 years of experience in family law and previously headed up her own practice, focusing on child custody, divorce and private Guardian ad Litem cases.

"I'm thrilled to bring my experience to the Bleecker Family Law team," Chang shares. "My passion is to help families through my work, including those within the LGBTQ and Latino communities." Chang is also fluent in Spanish and is active in her national memberships including the National Hispanic Bar Association and the National LGBT Bar Family Law Institute.

“We are elated to welcome Sue to help us focus on growing our presence and clientele throughout South Carolina,” says Bleecker. “We’re excited about what 2021 will bring.”

Bleecker Family Law worked with local Charleston-based marketing agency, Trio Solutions Inc. (TRIO) to create its new brand identity and tagline, “beyond compare.”

To learn more or request a consultation, visit bleeckerfamilylaw.net.

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