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Rochen Mediation is happy to announce the launch of our online calendaring system, which serves to significantly streamline the scheduling process for attorneys and their staff. In order to determine Mr. Rochen’s availability and schedule your mediation or arbitration using our online calendaring system, you can either visit our website at https://www.rochenmediation.com and click the orange button labeled “Online Calendar & Scheduling,” or you can access Mr. Rochen’s calendar directly at https://rochenmediation.com/online-calendar-scheduling/. From there, you simply need to choose whether you would like to schedule a “Half Day Mediation” (2.0 hour minimum with 4.0 hours reserved), “Full Day Mediation” (5.0 hour minimum with 8.0 hours reserved) or “Arbitration” (5.0 hour minimum with 8.0 hours reserved) and follow the straightforward prompts. For those who prefer to schedule directly with one of our staff members, please either email us at email@example.com or call our office at: (561) 952-6800 | (954) 343-3242 | (305) 396-9042. We look forward to helping you with your mediation & arbitration needs!
Residential Real Estate Appraiser serving NE Palm Beach County and Martin County. Expert testimony. Appraisal applications include: tax appeal, trusts, estates, divorce, litigation, mortgage, and FEMA. USPAP compliant reports. Market knowledge, customer service, consultation. 36 years experience. Spiel Appraisal Services, Paul A. Spiel SRA, Cert Gen RZ2435. Phone: 561-307-4428, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legal Aid Now Hiring Development Manager – Under the direction of the Director of Development, the Development Manager plans and executes the Annual Fund Campaign and Special Events. The incumbent is responsible for meeting revenue goals, managing expenses, and directing annual support and special events to meet established outcomes. This position works with the Director of Development to solicit sponsorships and major annual gifts and assists with donor communication and stewardship. Please contact Dana Brookes at email@example.com.
TERRIFIC LEASE OPPORTUNITY | Ranked U.S. #1 Immigration Law firm moves from West Palm Beach offices..! | High Volume of Walk-in clients – $24 sq. ft. net. Call (828) 200-1285.
Class A Office Space available in the newly renovated Comeau Building, 319 Clematis Street, downtown West Palm Beach. Monthly inclusive rent of $1,500.00 provides: fully furnished professional space, covered garage parking, Internet, full kitchen & dining area, beautiful reception space, & conference room. For photos, please click here. For more information, contact Anne Williamson (561) 833-1084; Anne@CriminalDefenseFla.com
Shavitz Law Group located in Boca Raton has space for a sub-tenant including potentially 3 offices and 3 cubicles. No long-term lease necessary. The office address is 951 Yamato Road, and if interested, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
PGA Law Office building with building signage on PGA Blvd for Sale 2.8. Two office condo units being sold together for total of 5,334 sf. First time offered for sale. Shown by appointment. Rebel Cook Real Estate 561-622-9920 email@example.com
For Sale: An entire traditional office suite for sale. OFS u-shaped desk, matching credenza and china. A Kimball Senator Edition desk (3’x 6′), matching credenza (2’x6′) hutch (24″ by 50″), two small credenza’s (19″ by 31″) , and conference room table with glass top (3.5′ x 8′). Kimball Presidential Series half-credenza and matching bookshelf. Hooker executive office chair. Misc chairs. Contact 561-968-7877 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jones Foster, a private and commercial law firm based in West Palm Beach, Florida, is proud to announce that nearly 50% of our shareholders and senior counsel have been selected for inclusion in the 2023 edition of Florida Super Lawyers, a prestigious and select list of no more than 5% of the lawyers in the state. Super Lawyers is a service that rates outstanding lawyers who are nominated from more than 70 practice areas. Candidates go through a rigorous and patented multiphase selection process involving independent research, peer nomination, and evaluation in which they are measured against 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Lawyers who receive the highest point totals during the selection process are further recognized on the Florida Super Lawyers Top Lists. This year, Vice Chair and Litigation Shareholder Scott G. Hawkins ranked on the Top 100 list for the state of Florida, and both Mr. Hawkins and litigation shareholder Theodore S. Kypreos were ranked on the Top 100: Miami list.
Jones Foster, a private and commercial law firm based in West Palm Beach, Florida, is proud to announce that nearly 50% of our shareholders and senior counsel have been selected for inclusion in the 2023 edition of Florida Super Lawyers, a prestigious and select list of no more than 5% of the lawyers in the state. Super Lawyers is a service that rates outstanding lawyers who are nominated from more than 70 practice areas. Candidates go through a rigorous and patented multiphase selection process involving independent research, peer nomination, and evaluation in which they are measured against 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Litigation associates were named Florida Super Lawyers Rising Stars, an honor that recognizes no more than 2.5% of attorneys in the state. Zachary M. Rothman was named a Rising Star for the second consecutive year with Alexander L. Brams and Spencer S. Keyser added to this year’s list. The following attorneys were named Super Lawyer honorees in the listed practice areas: Genny I. Bernstein, Elder Law; David E. Bowers, Business/Corporate; Scott G. Hawkins, The Top 100: Florida, The Top 100: Miami, Business Litigation; Stanley D. Klett, Jr, Business Litigation; Theodore S. Kypreos, The Top 100: Miami, Estate & Trust Litigation; Joanne M. O’Connor, Business Litigation; Steven J. Rothman, Personal Injury General: Defense; Peter A. Sachs, Estate & Trust Litigation; Sidney A. Stubbs, Business Litigation; Roberto M. Vargas, Business Litigation; and Robert W. Wilkins, Business Litigation. Attorneys named Rising Star honorees in their respective practice areas include Alexander L. Brams, Estate & Trust Litigation; Spencer S. Keyser, Business Litigation; and Zachary M. Rothman, Estate & Trust Litigation.
GrayRobinson today announced Dane Leitner has joined its Litigation Section as shareholder in the West Palm Beach office, where he provides strategic guidance on issues related to business, real estate litigation, and family law. Leitner focuses his practice on protecting clients’ interests in business and personal matters, approaching each case with a problem-solving mindset to avoid litigation and minimize costs. He serves as general counsel for multiple Florida companies and maintains extensive experience in business litigation, contract disputes, derivative actions, restrictive covenants, corporate governance, business formation, shareholder contracts, and other general business matters. Leitner also handles real estate litigation, representing buyers, sellers, property owners, and tenants, and provides counsel on condominium and homeowner law in residential and commercial transactions. He brings additional experience in marital and family law matters related to prenuptial agreements, divorce, paternity, child support, and timesharing. Leitner received his Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center and his Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Criminology from Florida State University. He is actively affiliated with Business Network International’s West Palm Beach chapter, the West Palm Beach County Bar Association, and multiple sections within The Florida Bar. Leitner is admitted to practice in Florida and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Jones Foster, a private and commercial law firm based in West Palm Beach, Florida, is proud to announce that Vice Chair and Litigation Shareholder Scott G. Hawkins was recognized by Florida Trend magazine as a Legal Elite Notable Managing Partner in the inaugural special section of its 65th Anniversary issue. Mr. Hawkins was one of only 90 managing partners selected from leading law firms across Florida. Nominations were vetted by Florida Trend editors utilizing specific criteria which included but were not limited to attorneys who have made a significant impact in their field; mentored other attorneys; promoted inclusive practices in the workplace; and demonstrated leadership in professional organizations and civic/community service initiatives. Mr. Hawkins has served the legal industry and business community throughout his nearly 40-year legal career through esteemed leadership roles including past president of The Florida Bar; the Palm Beach County Bar Association and its Young Lawyers Section; past director of The Florida Bar Foundation; and past chair of the Search Committee for the current Executive Director of The Florida Bar. Mr. Hawkins is actively involved in the Economic Council of Palm Beach County where he is a member of its Board of Directors and Executive Committee. He is currently chair of the Council’s Political Action Committee and is a past chair of the Governance Committee and Policy Committee. Additionally, Mr. Hawkins has a longstanding commitment to higher education. He is a current trustee and past chair of both the Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Board of Trustees and the University of Florida College of Law’s Board of Trustees; a member of the Council of Advisors for the University of Florida’s Bob Graham Center for Public Service; and a past chair of the University of Florida Foundation. He also served on search committees for a UF Law Dean and two PBAU presidents.
Jones Foster, a commercial and private client law firm based in West Palm Beach, Florida since 1924, is pleased to announce that Matthew L. Worsham has joined the firm as an associate in both the Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Private Wealth, Trusts & Estates practice groups. “Matthew is an experienced attorney with an impressive background in probate and trust litigation and we are pleased to welcome him,” said Peter A. Sachs, Jones Foster board member and litigation shareholder. “We recognize the steady flow of relocations to South Florida and are strengthening our capabilities in this key growth area to ensure we have the talent and resources in place to meet the needs of our clients.” On his decision to join the firm, Matthew stated, “Jones Foster has built a preeminent reputation within the South Florida legal community, and I am honored to be a part of this esteemed group of attorneys.” Matthew concentrates his practice in the areas of probate, guardianship, and trust litigation as well as probate and trust administration. He represents corporate and individual fiduciaries, heirs, and beneficiaries in matters relating to probate, guardianship, and trust law, including will and trust reformation and modification matters, elective share cases, accounting and removal actions, and will and trust contests. His previous experience includes commercial and employment litigation matters. Matthew is actively involved in The Florida Bar’s RPPTL Section and the Trial Lawyers Section and he previously served as co-chair of the Martin County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. He graduated with a Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School and holds an LL.M. in Estate Planning from the University of Miami School of Law.
Jones Foster, a private and commercial law firm based in West Palm Beach, Florida, is pleased to announce that litigation attorney Hanna B. Rubin has been appointed Grant Writing Chair for the Florida Association for Women Lawyers (FAWL) Palm Beach County Chapter at its 2023-2024 Board & Committee Installation Luncheon, which was sponsored in part by the firm. In this new leadership role, Ms. Rubin will work to secure grant funding for PBC FAWL’s programming and events. Ms. Rubin has been a member of the organization since 2021 and is also a part of its mentorship program. The Florida Association of Women Lawyers is dedicated to promoting gender equality and the leadership role of its members in the legal profession, judiciary, and community at large and seeks to uphold the highest standard of integrity, honor, and courtesy in the legal industry, promote reform in law, and facilitate the administration of justice. Ms. Rubin is a member of the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice group and represents businesses, individuals, and municipalities in matters involving commercial litigation and governmental litigation. She is affiliated with several industry and nonprofit organizations, serving as a national delegate of the Federal Bar Association’s Palm Beach County Chapter, an advisory board member for Camp Kesem’s Nova Southeastern University Chapter, and as co-chair of the federal session of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s 2023 Bench Bar Conference.
JUPITER LAW CENTER is pleased to announce that attorneys NANCY A. FERRARO and CARA G. STROPP have joined the firm. JUPITER LAW CENTER focuses on Estate Planning, Probate & Trust Administration and Guardianship (on behalf of individuals and Personal Injury firms pursuing Wrongful Death actions/settlement), Real Estate and Family Law matters.
Eddie Stephens and Caryn A. Stevens, founding partners at Stephens & Stevens PLLC, were recently recognized by Palm Beach Illustrated as 2023 “Top Lawyers.” Stephens & Stevens focus on high-conflict, high-asset divorce cases helping clients with domestic legal issues such as property division, business valuation, child support, and spousal support, child custody and visitation, post-judgment modifications, child relocation, and same-sex marriages, and both prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Palm Beach Illustrated partners with Professional Research Services and gathers peer review rankings to determine top lawyers by region. Licensed attorneys were polled to offer their recommendations, and those who received the highest number of votes were selected for the 2023 “Top Lawyers” list. The list is published annually in Palm Beach Illustrated’s September issue. “We are honored and humbled to be among Palm Beach Illustrated’s ‘Top Lawyers’ list representing marital and family law in Palm Beach County,” said Eddie Stephens. Stephens has over 25 years of experience, is Florida Bar Board-Certified in marital and family law, and has the highest Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings. Stephens founded a family law blog and serves as a mentor, writing articles and speaking to peers. He is a board member of the Center for Child Counseling, Inc. Stevens spent over 12 years in mental health/counseling, using her training and skills to create positive change for clients. Stevens was a finalist for the Palm Beach Post’s 2022 Best Divorce Attorney, the 2023 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™ in Family Law, and received the 2023 Rising Star Leadership Award.
Jones Foster is proud to announce that Private Wealth & Tax attorney Erica R. Haft, LL.M., has been elected to the East Coast Estate Planning Council (ECEPC) of Palm Beach County’s board of directors for the 2023-2024 term at its annual meeting and reception. As a director, Ms. Haft will work with the board to conduct the ECEPC’s 2023-2024 season which will include planning for a variety of member events and the selection of expert speakers to discuss relevant topics on the ever-changing estate planning landscape at regular meetings. The East Coast Estate Planning Council is dedicated to advancing the estate planning field through continuing education on industry-leading topics, networking opportunities with other established professionals, and the development of relationships through social gatherings. Members of the council include attorneys, certified public accountants, chartered life underwriters, certified financial planners, and other related professionals. Ms. Haft is a member of the Private Wealth, Trusts & Estates and Corporate & Tax practice groups and concentrates her practice on tax-oriented estate planning, estate and trust administration, and transactional corporate law. She works with clients to create customized estate plans to minimize federal gift taxes, estate taxes, and generation-skipping transfer (GST) taxes. Ms. Haft’s experience with corporate law allows her to provide strategic solutions for a client’s business succession goals. She also has experience structuring purchases anonymously to maintain a client’s privacy when acquiring assets. Ms. Haft devotes a significant portion of her practice to corporate law transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, corporate sales, and corporate restructuring. She also handles corporate governance matters such as state relocation and internal affairs. In addition to her leadership role with the ECEPC, Ms. Haft is active in several industry organizations including The Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section and Tax Section, the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Section, and the Palm Beach Tax Institute. Ms. Haft also holds leadership positions within the local arts community, including the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and the Norton Museum of Art, and serves on several committees with the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Greater Palm Beaches.