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In his widely respected practice, Joshua Rubenstein, national chair of the firm's Private Wealth practice, brings a variety of important services under one roof for high-net-worth individuals. He offers integrated planning, administration and litigation counseling for individuals, their estates and their businesses, all of it designed to preserve wealth over generations. His advice stretches as far as his clients' financial interests – locally, nationally and globally.
Officer, Family Law Section of the International Bar Association; Academician, Member, Executive Council, and Treasurer, International Academy of Estates and Trusts Law; Fellow, Past Chair, International Estate Planning Committee, American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC); Director, ACTEC Foundation; Member, UK-based Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners; Fellow, NY Bar Foundation; Past Chair, Trusts and Estates Law Section, New York State Bar Association; Past Chair, International Estate Planning Committee, Real Property and Probate Section, American Bar Association; Member, New York Surrogate’s Court Advisory Committee.
Frequent lecturer, author on all aspects of trusts and estates practice; regularly featured or quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Law Journal, Citywealth, Forbes, Kiplinger, Crain’s, The Washington Post, among others.
Columbia University, BA; Columbia Law School, JD