Robert Sidweber

Sidweber & Weintraub, P.A. Honored as “Prominent Law Firm”

Posted by on Mar 21, 2017 in Karen Weintraub, Robert Sidweber, Sidweber & Weintraub, South Florida Legal Guide
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Sidweber & Weintraub, PA is proud to announce that our firm has been honored as one of the three top Prominent Law Firms in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties, by the South Florida Legal Guide!

The partners, Robert Sidweber and Karen Weintraub, are featured in a 2 page feature article in the 17th edition of the @South Florida Legal Guide.  South Florida Legal Guide is a prestigious organization recognized throughout business and legal communities of the tri-county area, including Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach.  To view the entire article, go to https://issuu.com/sflg/docs/2017_south_florida_legal_guide/22

The Board Certified expert family law attorneys at Sidweber and Weintraub, P.A. are specialists in dealing with family law issues, and can provide qualified legal advice as it relates to your matter.

For more information on issues pertaining to Florida family law, divorce, property distribution, modification, prenuptial agreements, child support, timesharing/custody and alimony cases, please call a Board Certified Attorney at Sidweber and Weintraub, P.A., for a consultation.

What to Expect at Divorce Mediation!

Posted by on Aug 4, 2016 in Divorce Mediation, Robert Sidweber
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In Family Court, in South Florida, parties are ordered to attend Mediation.  Divorce Mediation is typically an in-person conference with a certified mediator, the parties and their respective attorneys to discuss and try to settle the issues of their case, which may include child related issues, time sharing, parental responsibility, paternity issues, property distribution, allocation of debts, alimony or spousal support, child support, attorney’s fees and costs and a host of other issues which typically permeate in a divorce case.

Each party is given an opportunity to explain their side of the case and their views on how the issues should be resolved. Through the negotiation process, the mediator works with the parties to find common ground and provide possible solutions for their differences. The mediator may also meet with each party separately and confidentially in what is known as a “caucus”.

The issues agreed upon are memorialized into a written agreement which is reviewed and signed by the parties. Since Mediation is a voluntary process, if no agreement is reached, the parties will return to Court. Discussions during mediation are considered confidential and cannot be announced or used against any party in court, or otherwise, with certain exceptions noted in Chapter 44 of the Florida Statutes

Deciding upon a qualified family law mediator is a vital step to ensure the most effective use of time and fees incurred in connection with a divorce proceeding.  Mr. Sidweber is a Board Certified expert family law attorney who specializes in dealing with family law issues.

For more information on Mr. Sidweber’s mediation services, or to subscribe to receive priority listings of his availability, email assistant@sidweberlaw.com.  You can also receive updated mediation tidbits by following him on LinkedIn. #divorcemediation

Submitted by Robert W. Sidweber, Esquire

What to Expect at Divorce Mediation

Posted by on Aug 4, 2016 in Divorce Mediation, Robert Sidweber
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In Family Court, in South Florida, parties are ordered to attend Mediation.  Divorce Mediation is typically an in-person conference with a certified mediator, the parties and their respective attorneys to discuss and try to settle the issues of their case, which may include child related issues, time sharing, parental responsibility, paternity issues, property distribution, allocation of debts, alimony or spousal support, child support, attorney’s fees and costs and a host of other issues which typically permeate in a divorce case.

Each party is given an opportunity to explain their side of the case and their views on how the issues should be resolved. Through the negotiation process, the mediator works with the parties to find common ground and provide possible solutions for their differences. The mediator may also meet with each party separately and confidentially in what is known as a “caucus”.

The issues agreed upon are memorialized into a written agreement which is reviewed and signed by the parties. Since Mediation is a voluntary process, if no agreement is reached, the parties will return to Court. Discussions during mediation are considered confidential and cannot be announced or used against any party in court, or otherwise, with certain exceptions noted in Chapter 44 of the Florida Statutes

Deciding upon a qualified family law mediator is a vital step to ensure the most effective use of time and fees incurred in connection with a divorce proceeding.  Mr. Sidweber is a Board Certified expert family law attorney who specializes in dealing with family law issues.

For more information on Mr. Sidweber’s mediation services, or to subscribe to receive priority listings of his availability, email assistant@sidweberlaw.com.  You can also receive updated mediation tidbits by following him on LinkedIn. #divorcemediation

Submitted by Robert W. Sidweber, Esquire

Robert Sidweber Named as One of the Best Lawyers in America

Posted by on Jun 30, 2016 in Best Lawyers, Robert Sidweber
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The Firm would like to congratulate Robert W. Sidweber being named as one of Florida’s 2016 Best Lawyers in America in the specialty of Family Law.

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The Board Certified expert family law attorneys at Sidweber and Weintraub, P.A. are specialists in dealing with family law issues, and can provide qualified legal advice as it relates to your matter.

For more information on issues pertaining to Florida family law, divorce, property distribution, modification, prenuptial agreements, child support, time sharing/custody and alimony cases, please call a Board Certified Attorney at Sidweber and Weintraub, P.A., for a consultation.

Announcing Robert Sidweber’s 11th year Being Selected as a Super Lawyer

Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Robert Sidweber, Sidweber & Weintraub
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20160620_124244The Firm would like to congratulate Robert W. Sidweber on his selection, for the last 11 straight years, as a Super Lawyer~! This honor is reserved for attorneys who exhibit excellence in their practice.

To view Bob’s online profile please visit Super Lawyers

The Board Certified expert family law attorneys at Sidweber and Weintraub, P.A. are specialists in dealing with family law issues, and can provide qualified legal advice as it relates to your matter.

For more information on issues pertaining to Florida family law, divorce, property distribution, modification, prenuptial agreements, child support, time sharing/custody and alimony cases, please call a Board Certified Attorney at Sidweber and Weintraub, P.A., for a consultation.