Long Island and New York City Divorce and Family Law Attorney: Representing you effectively in negotiated settlements or litigated cases.

Debra L. Rubin, Esq. has been admitted to the Bar of the State of New York since 1991, and is further admitted to practice before the Federal Courts in the Eastern District of New York. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the Nassau County Bar Association, the Suffolk County Bar Association, the New York State Women’s Bar Association and is a Barrister with the New York Family Law American Inn of Court which organization focuses on the importance of legal ethics.

She was a participant in the Early Neutral Evaluation program for matrimonial cases in the Nassau County Supreme Court, and is currently a participating mediator in a recently created program involving matrimonial cases in Nassau Country Supreme Court.

Since her admission to New York State Bar, she has concentrated in the field of matrimonial and family law, having worked for the Family Court Bureau of the Nassau County Legal Aid Society for 5 years upon her graduation from Hofstra University School of Law and having worked for the Law Offices of Kenneth Koopersmith, LLC and its predecessor firm for 9 years, handling complex and highly sophisticated matrimonial matters, prior to becoming a member of the firm of Kramer & Rubin, LLC in March of 2004, and thereafter, the firm of Rubin & Rosenblum PLLC... Read More

Debra Rubin of the Law Offices of Debra Rubin PLLC stands as a paragon in the realm of divorce law, offering unparalleled expertise and compassion to those navigating the complexities of divorce. Her impressive career trajectory not only highlights her legal acumen but also her deep commitment to the sensitive nature of family law.

At the core of Rubin’s practice is Rubin & Rosenblum, PLLC, where she served as a Senior Partner. Here, Rubin honed her skills in managing high-stakes cases, proving her ability to negotiate and litigate with unmatched proficiency. Her leadership and strategic insights were instrumental in resolving complex disputes, particularly in matters involving asset division, custody, and support.

Prior to this, Rubin was a Partner at Kramer & Rubin, PLLC. This role marked a significant phase in her career, where she developed a reputation for being a tenacious advocate for her clients. Rubin’s dedication to her clients’ best interests, coupled with her thorough understanding of divorce law, made her a formidable presence in the courtroom.

Her tenure at the Law Offices of Kenneth Koopersmith, LLC as a Senior Associate further solidified her expertise in family law. Rubin’s work here involved intricate legal challenges, where she demonstrated exceptional skill in navigating the legal system to secure favorable outcomes for her clients. Her ability to empathize with clients, while maintaining a clear, strategic approach, is a testament to her professionalism and dedication.

Rubin’s career also includes a pivotal role as a Staff Attorney at the Nassau County Legal Aid Society, Family Court Bureau. This position was integral in shaping her approach to family law, as it provided her with a deep understanding of the systemic issues faced by families in the legal system. Rubin’s work in this capacity underscored her commitment to justice and fairness, qualities that she carries into her current practice.

Returning as a Partner to Kramer & Rubin, PLLC, Rubin brought with her a wealth of experience and a renewed vision for providing exceptional legal services. Her ability to blend legal expertise with compassionate counseling is a hallmark of her practice, making her a trusted ally for those undergoing the emotional journey of divorce.

In sum, the Law Offices of Debra Rubin PLLC, under the stewardship of Debra Rubin, is more than just a law firm; it’s a beacon of hope and excellence in divorce law. Rubin’s extensive experience, combined with her dedication to her clients’ well-being, makes her an outstanding choice for anyone seeking guidance through the challenging waters of divorce.