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Mr. Rubin serves clients primarily in Westchester County, including but not limited to the communities of Briarcliff Manor, Armonk, Bedford, Bronxville, Chappaqua, Harrison, Millwood, Mount Kisco, New Rochelle, Ossining, Pleasantville, Rye, White Plains, and Yorktown Heights, as well as in Rockland County and Putnam County. Flexible appointment times are available, including evenings. During a consultation, you will be provided with an honest and realistic assessment of your case.

With over 30 years of experience, I provide skilled and professional legal services and representation in the areas of separation, divorce, and family law. Every effort is made to help clients reach an amicable resolution of their situation without the need for court involvement. When that is not possible, I also represent clients throughout all phases of litigation. It is my belief that successful litigation requires a strong partnership between the attorney and client. This partnership involves an honest and realistic assessment of your case, timely communication (including listening and responding to your concerns and questions), and preparation, which is what clients say I provide.

For couples who wish to resolve matters in a fair, confidential, and user friendly environment in order to avoid litigation (or for those couples who are already in litigation but realize that the litigation process is not working for them), I provide separation and divorce mediation services. Mediation can help couples to avoid, or minimize, the enormous costs, time, and stress associated with litigation. For attorneys, I am available as a mediator to help their clients work past their differences and reach an agreement on a limited issue or on a variety of issues.

I am also available to offer a second opinion and assessment of a case, or serve as a consultant for individuals who are representing themselves (“pro se”). Whether you use my services as an attorney, mediator, or consultant, you will be provided with the sort of personal and individualized attention needed to help you address your particular situation, concerns, and goals. Below is a list of the areas of practice and types of cases handled.