Weinbaum P.A. represents individuals, businesses and professionals in appeals throughout Florida. Weinbaum P.A. handles appeals in the areas of administrative, business law, civil, criminal, family, foreclosure, and juvenile law before the Florida appellate courts. Weinbaum P.A. represents clients in original proceedings, such as petitions for writs of certiorari, prohibition, mandamus and habeas corpus throughout Florida. Weinbaum P.A. also provides representation to clients in complex legal matters and in civil post-judgment motions.
Weinbaum P.A. strives to provide its clients with the highest quality representation. Weinbaum P.A. seeks to provide efficient, effective and persuasive written and oral advocacy for its clients while developing relationships built on personal attention and trust.
In addition, Weinbaum P.A. provides appellate assistance to attorneys when their client's case is on appeal or they are contemplating an appeal. Weinbaum P.A. also provides appellate assistance in the lower court, such as assisting trial counsel with preserving issues for appeal, which includes drafting pre-trial motions and post-trial motions and more. While a large firm may enjoy the assistance of an appellate attorney in its firm, solo practitioners and members of small to medium law firms may not have that luxury. Weinbaum P.A. will fill that void and contribute more than ten years of appellate experience to your case. Weinbaum P.A. stands ready to partner with you on appeal or assist trial counsel at any point in the lower court proceedings by providing litigation support or acting as co-counsel.
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Below is a link to FL Appellate Blog, which is a blog by Attorney Lane Weinbaum on the Practice and Developments in Florida's Appellate Courts.
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