Robert C. Saidis is a founding partner of our law firm and has been very active in the community for decades. His practice, which focuses in real estate, business, estate planning and municipal law, has helped him forge strong relationships with local government officials, community business people and individuals responsible for growing and enhancing Central Pennsylvania. Outside the office, Mr. Saidis gives his time and talents by playing an active role in numerous community organizations including his involvement in Rotary.
Mr. Saidis oversees our firm’s real estate practice area, which includes title insurance, search, settlements and other related services for our commercial and residential transactions. His practice group represents developers, builders, realtors and numerous real estate-affiliated clients including lenders and condominium associations.
Mr. Saidis represents numerous small and medium size businesses by handling their legal corporate, financial and business planning needs. His corporate clients include numerous regional companies and family owned businesses providing a cross section of products and services.
Estate planning and administration services have been provided to his clients for more than 30 years. Mr. Saidis drafts Wills, Power of Attorneys, Living Trusts, Living Wills and other more complex estate planning documents. Upon the loss of a family member he is available with our paralegals to compassionately settle the estate.
Mr. Saidis’ experience extends to municipal law. He represents the Upper Allen and Hampden Township Zoning Hearing Boards. He was Cumberland County Solicitor for ten years. Other municipal clients include townships, boroughs and governmental consortiums.
Mr. Saidis is one of the few attorneys in Pennsylvania who has been involved with both federal and state workforce development laws. Mr. Saidis is the solicitor to the Pennsylvania Workforce Development Association. He represents Workforce Investment Boards, Local Elected Officials, Consortiums and other entities with regard to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act, as well as prior legislation.
Mr. Saidis lives in Upper Allen Township with his wife. They have four grown children.