Robbin E. Sweeney brings to the firm more than 25-years of experience as an attorney. Her practice concentration includes the purchase and sale of residential real estate, estate and trust planning, and estate administration and settlement.
Robbin began her real estate career more than 35 years ago as a real estate agent before joining Merrill Lynch Mortgage Corporation as a legal assistant while completing law school. Prior to joining the firm, she was an associate with Rosenthal & Markowitz, LLP, where the pandemic expanded her real estate practice.
Her legal experience, combined with her Masters in Mental Health Counseling and certification as a Professional Coach, have honed Robbin’s calm, focused, solution-oriented and organized approach to ensure that transactions proceed as smoothly as possible. Robbin is a natural at creating an attorney-client relationship that supports clients while delivering practical guidance and competent legal services.
Robbin has conducted programs for the New York State Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association for the State of New York (WBASNY), and the Bronx Bar on legal topics, various leadership topics, business and wellness topics. She has presented throughout New York and the U.S. and is an engaging speaker and trainer and supports attendees so they get the most out of the program. Sample topics include:
As a four-time Contract Award recipient with NYS, Office of the Governor, Robbin developed the programming for and conducted the following 10-day trainings for each topic:
She is currently working on the curriculum development for the real estate module for the new Pace University Paralegal Certification Program.
Robbin raised three successful children in Pleasantville and now resides in Briarcliff, New York. In her spare time, she mentors and provides leadership coaching to support personal and organizational goal setting, improve communication skills, and sustain change. She is also committed to improving her golf game (even if the sun is setting when she gets on the course).