Attorney David Rubin
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About David Rubin

davidYour Advocate In Complex Divorce Cases

Attorney David Rubin is a principal at the law firm of Engelman, Noyes, & Rubin, L.L.P. He has been practicing since 1984. He has a well-earned reputation as a skilled litigator and prepares every case as if it were going to trial to achieve the best negotiated settlement or trial outcome. He fights aggressively to obtain the best result for each client, and his opponents know that he is ready to go to court if an agreement cannot be negotiated.

Attorney Rubin has extensive experience handling contested and uncontested divorces, including divorces for couples with large incomes. He has successfully represented clients in proceedings that involved millions of dollars in assets. His experience in these cases allows him to be proactive in pursuit of the best possible result for your situation.

The Right Experience For Your Family Law Case

David Rubin grew up in New Haven, where he attended the Hopkins School. In 1977, he graduated magna cum laude from Yale University and was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Society. He obtained his law degree from Columbia Law School in 1984.

He has focused on family law and divorce cases for his entire career. He currently has offices in Stamford and New Haven and practices in the areas of divorce, modification and custody trials as well as appeals of these cases to the Connecticut Appellate Court and Supreme Court.

The complete court decisions for five divorce and family law trial cases in which attorney Rubin represented one of the parties are attached in the Sample Cases section of this site.

Call Immediately To Hear From Attorney David Rubin

He responds to all inquiries within 24 hours. His phone number is 203-428-4958. You may also send him your questions via email. Get a free consultation with a tough, goal-oriented lawyer today.

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