Blomenkamp Law Firm

Located in Birmingham, Alabama, Blomenkamp Law Firm and Attorney, Irene E. Blomenkamp, Irene E. Blomenkampprovide various legal services including divorce and child custody/support, as well as business services related to the formation and ongoing operation of companies. It is the goal of our Firm to educate and advise our clients for the best resolution of their issues. Blomenkamp Law Firm is dedicated to protecting our clients’ children, homes, assets and businesses.

Each case has specific details and we offer a no risk consultation as well as provide several means of contact in which we can discuss your case.

Born in Charleston, S.C., Irene Blomenkamp first began working in the legal field in the early
1990’s in the areas of workers’ compensation, personal injury and real estate law. In the mid to late 1990’s Ms. Blomenkamp moved to Birmingham to attend and graduate from Cumberland School of Law cum laude. While attending Cumberland, Ms. Blomenkamp taught research and writing as a Cordell Hull Teaching Fellow and was a Senior Associate Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. During that time, Ms. Blomenkamp first gained her some experience in business issues while acting as a law clerk in the legal department of Protective Life Corporation.

After graduation from Cumberland, Ms. Blomenkamp gained significant experience in research, writing and insurance defense litigation handling workers’ compensation, premises liability, discrimination, personal injury, construction defect, municipal liability, insurance coverage and bad faith matters throughout the entire State of Alabama for 8 years before striking out on her own in 2007.

Since 2007, Ms. Blomenkamp has handled divorces, custody and support modifications, parental relocation cases, business formation, transaction and litigation matters, probate disputes, appeals and other civil litigation.

Ms. Blomenkamp is a member of the Alabama State Bar and has been admitted to the U.S. District Court for the Northern and Middle Districts of Alabama and the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.