Daniel S. Rubin Joins Farrell Fritz as a Partner in its Trusts & Estates Group
February 09, 2022
Farrell Fritz is pleased to welcome Daniel S. Rubin to its New York City office as a partner in the trusts & estates group. The seventh ACTEC Fellow at the firm, Rubin brings his accomplished estate planning practice to the firm. His practice focuses on asset protection planning, international estate planning, domestic estate planning, and estate and trust administration.
“Business owners and families continue to demand forward looking services and planning from their attorneys,” said Robert Creighton, Managing Partner at Farrell Fritz. “As we continue to grow our trusts & estates practice, Daniel is a welcome addition to the firm. He joins our talented group with decades of experience helping clients navigate challenging matters.”
“Clients’ lives are increasingly complicated, whether through business endeavors, alternative investments, or unique family structures,” said Rubin on how his practice has evolved over the years. “Accelerated demand for sophisticated estate planning strategies have necessitated the need for a broader platform of services, whether that is Corporate support for M&A deals, Tax structuring and strategy, or for Real Estate transactions. Farrell Fritz allows me the opportunity to further leverage expertise and resources to meet the needs of my clients.”
The addition of Rubin follows last year’s expansion with Neil V. Carbone joining from an AmLaw 100 law firm. These high level estate planning and estate litigation attorneys continue to strengthen Farrell Fritz and its formidable T&E groups.
Prior to joining Farrell Fritz, he was a partner at Moses & Singer LLP in New York City. Daniel earned his LL.M. in Taxation from New York University; his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, cum laude; and his B.A. from George Washington University.
Daniel is a Rockville Centre, NY, resident who grew up in Oceanside, NY. Daniel continues his connection with his hometown as a volunteer paramedic with the Oceanside Fire Department
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