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Adam D. Rubin

Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC

Adam D. Rubin

Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC

Adam D. Rubin

Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC

Attorney Adam D. Rubin is a partner of the East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC.

Adam completed his undergraduate studies in Sports Management at the University of Michigan, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He was awarded his Juris Doctor degree by the University of Miami School of Law. He also received a Certificate of Specialization in International Taxation and served as president of the Tax Law Society. He continued his legal education at the University of Miami and received a Master of Laws in Taxation.

Adam is an active member in the American Bar Association and the New Jersey Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey. Before joining Levine, Furman & Rubin, Adam was an associate attorney with a Bergen County boutique law firm which focused on Estate Planning and Estate Administration. His experience also includes pro bono work with the Treasury Section (Taxation Division) of the Office of the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey. Adam is also a Certified Public Accountant.

Adam is included in the 2019 Super Lawyers List of  “Rising Stars,” published by New Jersey Monthly*, of which only 2.5% of attorneys in New Jersey are named.

Adam is a member of the Youth Professional Advisory Council for Alzheimer’s New Jersey and he is also a member of the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI).

Since joining our firm, Adam has gained a reputation as an engaging and energetic speaker. He has spoken before numerous legal and accounting professionals as well as civic groups and professional organizations on Tax, Estate Planning and Elder Law issues.

Adam is a New Jersey native who grew up at the Jersey Shore, which he still frequents in the summertime. He currently lives in West New York with his family.

Firm Description

The attorneys at Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC have been providing Estate Planning assistance for New Jersey and New York families since 1982. Our firm has created over 4,500 Estate Plans helping families preserve their wealth for future generations, minimize Estate Taxes, and avoid financial and emotional hardship caused by disorganized Estate Administration, which results from a poorly designed Estate Plan, or having no Plan at all. Reaching people who are concerned about protecting their families from legal effects of disability and death, through the aid of public seminars, Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC has recognized the use of revocable living trusts as one proven way to protect families and to minimize or eliminate both Federal and State Estate Taxes.

Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC is staffed with experienced attorneys and support staff trained in the complex areas of Estate, Trust and Tax Planning, Probate, and Elder Law. The aim of each member of the law firm is to help you accomplish your Estate Planning goals and to take the mystery out of the planning process. Your documents will be explained in a straightforward language you and your family can understand. Our knowledgeable staff has helped people just like you ease the burden on family members left behind. If you take advantage of our services, your loved ones will be relieved of uncertainty tomorrow in settling your estate. But more importantly, you’ll have peace of mind knowing your loved ones are protected.

Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC is a member of The Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, that is a national organization dedicated to promoting excellence in Estate Planning by providing its exclusive membership of attorneys with up-to-date research on Estate and Tax Planning, educational materials, and other important resources to empower them to provide superior Estate Planning services. Levine, Furman & Rubin, LLC is a member of The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. The Academy provides over 40 hours of continuing legal education each year in Estate, Tax, Probate, and Elder Law issues which exceed most states required continuing education.

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