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"We understand that our clients are entrusting their future and their family’s future to us. We take that trust and confidence seriously and that’s why we strive to resolve their issues as efficiently and effectively as possible."
Coronavirus/COVID - 19 message from Liebmann Family Law
March 27, 2020 - Coronavirus/Covid-19 Update from Liebmann Family Law –
By Order of Governor Wolf on March 19, 2020, “no person or entity shall operate a place of business in the Commonwealth that is not a life sustaining business regardless of whether the business is open to members of the public. This prohibition does not apply to virtual or telework operations (e.g., work from home) so long as social distancing and other mitigation measures are followed.” On March 23, 2020, Governor Wolf issued a “Stay at home” order for Bucks County and surrounding counties. We take Governor Wolf’s directives seriously and our concern remains the health and safety of our staff, our clients and public at large.
What are we permitted to do? We are permitted to work remotely. Our attorneys and staff are fully operational and working daily to continue to meet the needs of our current clients and future clients with minimal disruption. All of our attorneys and staff emails are listed below. Each of your emails will go directly to the remote office of that person. If you choose to call the office, we will return that call promptly.
We are still able to do almost everything that we did before Governor Wolf’s Order except go to Court on non-emergency matters.
Please check in with our Facebook page for regular updates.
Again, thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult period. Take the time in the next few days to thank a doctor, a nurse, and a first responder, all of whom are on the front line of this pandemic helping to ensure our health and safety. Stay safe and smart.
Mr. Sowerbutts has been a practicing attorney since 1982. He focuses his practice on legal issues that concern people, families, and businesses. He has extensive experience in Family Law; Real Estate law; Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning and Estate Administration; Business Law and Transactional Law; and Civil Litigation. His vast background and experience enable him to bring related areas of the law together to help his clients. Mr. Sowerbutts emphasizes strategic negotiation to resolve disputes but has over 35 years of litigation experience to assist his clients in achieving their goals.
Congratulations to Liebmann Family Law’s attorney David Sowerbutts for winning Best of Bucks 2019 – Attorney
At Liebmann Family Law, Jeffrey A. Liebmann and his staff of dedicated professionals bring nearly 100 years of combined family law experience to the families of Newtown and all of Bucks County.
We understand that our clients are entrusting their future and their family’s future to us. We take that trust and confidence seriously and that’s why we strive to resolve their issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.
All of our clients come to us at a time of extreme emotional upheaval. We understand the degree of attention these situations require and our clients deserve nothing less than the highest degree of responsiveness.
“Jeffrey Liebmann made the process of divorce a lot less stressful and took the pressure off. He explained each step we took so that I fully understood. I would definitely recommend Jeffrey!”
"Jeffrey Liebmann provided sage legal advice and humane guidance throughout the process of appealing an eight year old Marriage Settlement Agreement that I entered into and signed under duress. We were able to successfully negotiate a reasonable settlement that now falls in line with general state divorce guidelines, knocked over six years of alimony off my settlement and saved me approximately $104,000.00. Jeff's fee was more than fair, in fact a bargain. I had full confidence throughout negotiations and the entire process that Jeff had my best interests protected. It was very clear that his two decades of family law practice served me well."
Meet Our Attorneys
Mindy J. Snyder
For over 20 years, Mindy Snyder has been practicing law in Bucks County. She received her BA degree in History from The Pennsylvania State University in 1986, where she was a member of the Golden Key Society, National History Honor Society and Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. She received her JD degree from Cardozo School of Law in New York City, where she was published in the Women’s Law Society, as well as participated in the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program. She is a member of the Bucks County Bar Association and is licensed to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In recognition of her efforts, Mindy was named one of the “Superwomen” in Bucks County by Suburban Life magazine in December 2010.
Jeffrey A. Liebmann
Jeffrey has concentrated his practice on divorce, child custody, grandparents’ rights, child and spousal support, alimony, equitable distribution of marital property prenuptial and post nuptial agreements, business valuation issues and other Family Law-related matters for almost thirty years. Jeffrey has extensive courtroom experience litigating complex high asset property division issues, custody disputes, relocation matters, high income support and alimony issues. Mr. Liebmann has represented a broad cross-section of the community, including small business owners to CEOs of large corporations, from labor union members to high-net-worth individuals in all aspects of their Family Law issues, either inside the courtroom or working to negotiate settlements outside the courtroom.
David J. Sowerbutts
Mr. Sowerbutts has been a practicing attorney since 1982. He focuses his practice on legal issues that concern people and businesses. He has extensive experience in Family Law, Real Estate law, Wills and Estate Planning, Business Law, and Civil and Criminal Litigation. His vast background and experience enables him to bring related areas of the law together to help his clients.
Mr. Sowerbutts grew up in Bucks County where he continues to reside today. He has been named “Best of Bucks” by the Bucks County Courier Times three years in a row in the mid-2000s. Mr. Sowerbutts has been actively involved in civic and community organizations.