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Sabrina W. Robinson

Sabrina W. Robinson

Sabrina Weiss Robinson concentrates her practice in all aspects of ad valorem property taxation, representing property owners before the Value Adjustment Board and in Circuit Court appeals throughout Florida. She has extensive experience in valuation appeals for many types of property, including retail centers, big box retailers, anchor department stores, office properties, hospitality, industrial, apartments, vacant land and tangible personal property.

In addition to valuation issues, Ms. Robinson specializes in property tax legal hearings focusing on the issue of substantial completion. Ms. Robinson also has extensive litigation experience in the ad valorem area as well as general commercial litigation.

Areas of Concentration

  • All aspects of Ad Valorem Property Tax, including
  • Real Estate
  • Tangible Personal Property
  • Valuation Issues
  • Litigation throughout the State’s Courts

Significant Representation

  • Representation of one of the largest luxury homebuilders in the United States achieving reduction in assessed value in excess of $25 million by contesting undeveloped land valuation throughout Florida.
  • Representation of lender which took over failed development project achieving reduction in assessed value in excess of $17.5 million on vacant land.
  • Representation of large office building owner in Palm Beach County achieving a reduction in assessed value in excess of $12 million.
  • Representation of national retailers in appeals of real and tangible personal property.
  • Representation of large grocery store chain in appeals of tangible personal property.

Organizations

  • Greater Miami Jewish Federation
  • Past Member, Board of Directors, Woman’s Philanthropy
  • Past Area Chair, Miami Beach
  • Former Member, United Jewish Communities National Young Leader Cabinet
  • Pinecrest Elementary – PTA Board of Directors

Education

  • J.D with honors, University of Miami College of Law, 1989
  • B.A. , University of Texas at Austin, 1986

Areas of Concentration

  • All aspects of Ad Valorem Property Tax, including
  • Real Estate
  • Tangible Personal Property
  • Valuation Issues
  • Litigation throughout the State’s Courts