|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top 40 under 40 Honoree||Phoenix Business Journal||2011|
|Managing Attorney of the Legal Department||Fresh Start Women's Foundation||2008 - 2009|
|Case Specialist||Department of Economic Security - Child Protective Services||2007 - 2007|
|Associate Attorney||A Small Phoenix Family Law Firm||2007 - 2009|
|Attorney Case Manager and Mediator||Maricopa Superior Court||2006 - 2007|
|Judicial Law Clerk||Maricopa Superior Court||2005 - 2006|
|Legal Advocate||Sojourner Center||2005 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Maricopa County Bar Association, Family Law (Including Juvenile Law) Section||Board of Directors||2009 - Present|
|State Bar of Arizona's Committee on Minorities and Women in the Law||Committee Appointed Member||2009 - Present|
|Arizona Women Lawyers Association||Member||2007 - Present|
|Maricopa County Bar Association, Family Law (Including Juvenile Law) Section||President/Chair||2012 - 2012|
|Los Abogados Hispanic Bar Association||Board of Directors||2010 - 2011|
|Tumbleweed Center for Youth||Board of Directors||2009 - 2010|
|State Bar of Arizona - Bar Leadership Institute||Selected Participant||2009 - 2010|
|American Bar Association Young Lawyer's Division Family Law Section||Vice-Chair||2008 - 2008|
|Post-Decree Modification of Custody and Parenting Time||Father did not relocate with the children|
|Divorce Case in which Wife was awarded Spousal Maintenance and Full Custody||Wife was awarded alimony & full custody|
|Child Support Establishment||Father not ordered to pay child support arrears|
|See all legal cases|
|Maricopa County Bar Newsletter||Ask An Associate...(Monthly Reoccuring Column)||2011|
|Maricopa County Bar Association Family Law Section||Orders of Protection: What You Didn't Know||2010|
|The School Psychologist||Schaeffer v. Weast, New Supreme Court Ruling||2006|
|Arizona State University - College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2005|
|University of Arizona||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2001|
|Minority Bar Convention||Serving Minority Clients in Family Law||2011|
|Family Law Trial Advocacy||Family Law Trial Advocacy||2011|
|Family Law 101 Series||How the Court Determines Spousal Maintenance and Child Support||2011|
|Arizona Supreme Court||Domestic Violence and Immigrants||2011|
|Arizona Paralegal Conference 2011||The Use of Paralegals in Family Law||2011|
|Arizona Paralegal Conference 2011||Use of Paralegals in Family Law||2011|
|Continuing Legal Education Speaking Engagement||Family Law Trial Advocacy||2010|
|Continuing Legal Education Speaking Engagement||Spousal Maintenance 101||2010|
|2010 Minority Bar Convention||Domestic Violence Among Undocumented Immigrants||2010|
|Continuing Legal Education Speaking Engagement||Representing Domestic Violence Victims||2009|
Posted by anonymous
It was in 2007/2008 Nicole was working for a women's center, and I was going thru a relocation proceeding to take my son with me. She appeared to be listening, she provided some direction, and told me to call her and return. She met me a second, and maybe third time but was distracted, obviously didnt care. She said she would stand with me but her word was worthless. She had no integrity, and the smile fooled me. Don't sped your hard-earned $$ , it is like flushing it down the toilet.
Posted by Alexander
I'm only writing this so that people who read the site know that the prior review is not what I experienced. In fact, I have a great relationship with Nicole and think the world of her as an attorney. She had always been very thorough, and I appreciated her responsiveness (less than 24 hours usually to all e-mails). She's one that will tell you it like it is, and is DEFINITELY not in it for the money. As a father in a custody dispute, I do not think it's fair to say that Court's give more time and belief to moms. That was not my experience, and I know that is not what the rules of law say. In fact, I am the parent who has more time now, so I'm living proof. I really think the site should be more careful about letting anyone say stuff that I doubt to be true.
Posted by Rhett
POOR ADVICE: Nicole represented me for a divorce and custody case. She did a poor job of explaining the court process. She did not do a good job of presenting me with my legal options. I wanted a 50/50 joint custody agreement while my ex wife wanted the majority of our child's custody. Nicole did a poor job off advising me of the court's attitude towards fathers when the child is small. Because she couldn't give me sound advice, I setteled for a lot less time with my child.
UNRELIABLE: Also on several occasions she completly missed my stated intentions. For example, I wanted to be the respondent in my court case for personal reasons. I made this clear to her. The paperwork she prepared for me showed I was not the respondent, but the the petitioner.
LATE: She failed to show up on time for a meeting just before court. She made arrangements to meet me fifteen minutes prior to a court hearing. She didn't show. She was even a few minutes late to the hearing.
Finally I felt like I was being billed for time she did not work on my case. On several occasions I was billed for a half hour of work, when any reasonably competent person could have opened a from letter, edited one name, printed and signed it in six minutes.
Stay away from Nicole Siqueiros and Hallier Law.
Ann Palmer, Family Attorney
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
Although the contact/firm information on AVVO is not correct (you can find Nicole at Rader, Sheldon & Stoutner), I know Nicole personally and would highly recommend her for family law matters. Nicole is responsive, never waits until the last minute to get things done, is very organized, and gets good results. But I think what I most appreciate about Nicole is that she has a heart.
Sylvina Cotto, Divorce and separation Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I endorse this lawyer. Nicole is an excellent attorney and knows how to represent her client's best interest. I have personally witnessed "the other side" (not me) leaving court after going up against her and they were not very happy!