Company: Drazen Law Group, LLC
Attorney Steven L. Rubin has been in training for his dream job, to be an attorney, since he was 5 years old. His trustworthy, shoot-from-the-hip, “pull no punches”approach is appreciated by clients. Most of his passion stems from the fact that Steve knows what it’s like to sit on the other side of the desk. While Steve was in law school, his mother was diagnosed with ALS and given 6 months to a year to live. He was thrust into a number of roles that his clients often find themselves in —caregiver, advocate, provider, and concerned loved one. While his mom lost her battle to ALS, Steve vowed never to give up the fight. He finished Widener School of Law and he has dedicated his career to helping his clients deal with tough issues -- such as medical malpractice, personal injury, death, incapacity, disability, special needs, social security, asset protection and taxes – and provide that assistance in the best and least stressful way possible. Attorney Rubin was born in New Haven and has been a life-long Connecticut resident. He graduated from Cheshire High School, and the University of Connecticut (UCONN) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. While attending the University of Connecticut, Attorney Rubin was a member of the governing counsel for the Housing Board of Directors and the vice president of the Jewish Student Association. He graduated UCONN a member of Phi Alpha Phi -- the national political science honor society. Attorney Rubin then attended Widener University School of Law in Pennsylvania. While attending Widener, he was a member of the Trial Advocacy Honor Society and participated in numerous Moot Court arguments. He was also a founding member of the Animal Rights Legal Society and Treasurer of the Environmental Law and Policy Society, involvements that put into action his values and ideals. Attorney Rubin has passed the Bar in Connecticut, New York, and Florida. He is a member of the of organizations that reflect his career directions and active participation: Connecticut Bar Association; the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association; the New York Bar Association; the Florida Bar Association; the Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyers; the Florida Bar Association Young Lawyers Division; the New York Bar Association Young Lawyers Division; New Haven Bar Association, New Haven Bar Association Young Lawyers; New Haven Bar Association Public Service Committee; the New Haven Bar Association Trusts and Estates Committee; Court Relations Committee; and a member of American Bar Association. Attorney Rubin volunteers his free time at the Veterans Legal Clinic, providing free advice to veterans who otherwise could not afford legal representation. When not working, Steven enjoys reading books, watching and attending sporting events, and spending time with his dog and family. He is a fundraiser for the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association, and the American Cancer Society. Attorney Rubin also volunteers his time at soup kitchens and other philanthropic activities. ADMISSIONS: United States District Court for the District of Connecticut State of Connecticut State of New York State of Florida Accredited by the Veterans Administration
We help individuals, families and organizations respond with confidence to the financial, legal, emotional and relational challenges created by wealth accumulation, long life, chronic illness and disability.
Our firm’s innovative Lifetime Pathways® approach gives clients a proactive new way to plan for the future, transforming the way they transition business and personal wealth and respond to the challenges of long life, chronic illness and disability. By overlaying a forward-looking planning process on traditional elder law, estate planning, tax planning and Life Care Planning techniques, Drazen Law Group, LLC empowers clients to achieve their goals and leave the legacy they choose.
Drazen Law Group, LLC serves clients nationwide from headquarters in Milford, Connecticut.
Business Category: Attorneys
Good Lead: Individuals, Families and Small Business Owners who are looking to plan fo their future. Those who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Social workers and Financial Planners looking to work together to releave stress. Tax Planners. Trust and Estate Administration Public Benefit Issues My Three Rules: 1. Everyone Needs to Plan 2. You can only do what you are comfortable with. 3. Planning is a process and not an event.