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Education

  • Brooklyn Law School (J.D., cum laude)
  • Columbia University, Columbia School of Journalism (M.S.J.)
  • Cornell University (A.B. in Government, cum laude)

Bar/Court Admissions

  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Tax Court

Arlene G. Dubin

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Arlene G. Dubin has practiced matrimonial and family law for more than 25 years and is Chair of the firm’s Matrimonial and Family Law practice. Nationally recognized as an authority in the area of marital agreements, she has extensive experience in the negotiation and drafting of prenuptial, postnuptial, cohabitation, parenting, separation and stipulation of settlement agreements. 

Arlene’s practice encompasses all aspects of matrimonial and family law. She handles complex financial, tax and international issues, equitable distribution, spousal and child support, child custody and access, estate planning, and issues relating to same-sex couples and non-traditional families.  She routinely represents high net worth individuals, including hedge fund managers, private equity and other financial executives as well as real estate developers and owners, celebrities, athletes, entrepreneurs and professionals.

She is trained in mediation and collaborative law and strives, wherever possible, to resolve matrimonial matters without litigation.

Arlene started her career focusing on tax and employee benefits issues in a corporate law firm, providing her with expertise and experience in complex financial matters.

Arlene is author of Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements, published by Villard Books, a division of Random House Inc., a primer on marital agreements.  She has appeared on many television and radio shows, including the Today Show, Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, CNBC’s Power Lunch and Business Center, and National Public Radio. She has been quoted in numerous national publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Associated Press, Time, Newsweek, Business Week, Worth, Vanity Fair, Town & Country, Money and USA Today as well as on-line at Street.com, CourtTV.com, CNNMoney.com and Forbes.com.  A frequent writer and lecturer on matrimonial topics, she is a faculty member of Lawline.com, an on-line provider of continuing legal education. Her website is www.prenupsforlovers.com.

Arlene is honored as a Super Lawyer in the Metro Edition of New York Super Lawyers®.

Publications
Presentations
  • "What’s Up with Prenups,” Financial Planning Association of New York, April 20, 2016
  • "What's Up With Prenups: An Overview," Financial Planning Association 2015 Annual Conference, September 27, 2015
  • "What Planners Need to Know About Prenuptial Agreements," 46th Annual Sidney Kess UJA-Federation of New York Estate, Tax, and Financial Planning Conference, September 10, 2015
  • "Everything a Financial Planner Needs to Know About Marriage and Divorce," Financial Planning Conference co-sponsored by Baruch College and New York State Society of CPAs, July 15, 2015
  • "What To Do Before and After You Say I Do," AXA Advisors Annual LGBT Summit, June 25, 2015
  • "What's Up with Prenups?" AICPA Personal Financial Planning Conference, January 2015
  • "Marriage and Divorce: A Financial Planner's Guide to Ups and Downs of Marriage Made Legal," New York State Society of CPAs, July 2015
  • "The Business of Marriage:  Exploring the Financial Aspects of Personal Transitions," J. P. Morgan Private Bank, September 2013
  • "'Must Do' Before The 'I Do'," Estate Planning Council of New York City, May 2012
  • "Prenups/Postnups in the Collaborative Process: A Marriage Made in Heaven," International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) 12th Annual Forum: Bridging the Globe: Linking the Collaborative Community, October 2011
  • "New York, Prenuptial and Estate Planning for Same Sex Marriage," Lawline CLE Webcast, October 2011
  • "Marriage Equality: Understanding the Legal and Financial Considerations of Marriage," Moses & Singer Program, July 2011
  • "Recent Trends in Divorce Law: Prenuptial Agreements, Collaborative Law and No-Fault Divorce," Sutton Place Synagogue, April 2011
  • "Prenups/Postnups in the Collaborative Process: A Marriage Made in Heaven," New York Association of Collaborative Professionals CLE Training Program, March 2011
  • "Honeymoons & Divorces," Women in Financial Services (WIFS), March 2011
  • "Breaking Up Becomes Easier to Do: New York’s Divorce Reform Law," Lawline.com CLE, October 2010
  • "Potential Financial Risks Sandra Bullock Faces if She Divorces," Entertainment Tonight, March 2010
  • "Love and Marriage, Divorce and Baggage," Moses & Singer Women’s Initiative Program, June and September 2009
  • "Dealing with Second or Troubled Marriages," New York State Bar Association CLE Program, June 2009
  • "Estate Planning & Cohabitation Agreements for Unmarried Couples," Jewish National Fund CLE, June 2008
  • "Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples and Cohabitation Agreements," Lawline.com CLE, April 2008
  • "What's Up with Prenups, Cohabs and Postnups?," Lawline.com CLE, November 2007
  • "Women in the News," IMA Women’s Network panel discussion sponsored by JPMorgan, October 2007
  • "The Basics of Prenuptial, Postnuptial and Cohabitation Agreements," Moses & Singer CLE, October 2007
  • "Estate Planning and Cohabitation Agreements for Unmarried Couples," American Bar Association CLE, July 2007
  • "Does Your Marriage Need a Postnup?," ABC’s Good Morning America, April 2007
  • "Cohabitation Agreements and Estate Planning," Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund’s Life Planning Symposium, November 2006
  • "On the Money," NPR July 2004
  • "Your Money: Don’t Leave it to Your Ex," CNBC’s Power Lunch, June 2004
  • "What’s Up With Prenups? A Perspective on Prenuptial, Postnuptial and Cohabitation Agreements for Estate Planning Professionals," Northern New Jersey Estate Planning Council, March 2004
  • "Prenups for Mediators," Family & Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New York CLE, February 2004
  • "Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements," Cornell Club, September 2003
  • "Marital Agreements-Solutions to Multiple Misunderstandings," Cannon Financial Institute CLE, March 2003
  • "Prenuptial Agreements: Not Just for the Rich and Famous," CBSMarketWatch.com, Webcast, June 2003
  • "Prenup Popularity," CNBC’s Business Center, June 2003
  • "Getting Real on…Prenups," CNBC, Power Lunch, July 2002
  • "Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements," NBC-TV Today Show, February 2001
  • On-line Chat, CourtTV.com, February 2001
Professional Affiliations
  • Faculty Member, Lawline.com (on-line CLE provider)
  • American Bar Association, Family Law Section
  • New York State Bar Association, Family Law Section
Law School Activities/Honors
  • Editor-in-Chief, Brooklyn Law Review

Representative Matters

  • Represented "show biz" celebrity in a negotiated "no fault" divorce. Headed off litigation and avoided adverse publicity.
  • Represented a woman in a prenuptial agreement with transgender man. Agreement included provisions regarding legal sexual status, enforceability in other jurisdictions and biological/non-biological children.
  • Represented Fortune 100 individual in a postnuptial agreement, covering residences and other property in several countries. Successfully resolved various intricate international issues.
  • Represented wife of billionaire hedge fund manager in prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
  • Represented high powered attorney in a collaborative "grey" divorce. Successfully negotiated a multitude of complex financial and tax issues.
  • Represented real estate tycoon in a cohabitation agreement. Outcome led to the conversion of the cohabitation agreement into a prenuptial agreement.
  • Represented high profile athlete in a highly contentious matter ultimately bringing about a favorable settlement.

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Testimonials

I would like to thank you for your assistance in the drafting and negotiations on my prenup. Although it was longer and more involved than anticipated, I am happy with the end result.

I wish you both the best.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

Arlene you have always been wonderful and did an excellent job. While this is not pleasant, I am happy to be working with a professional like you.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

You are so wonderful and efficient! Thank you!

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

I just wanted to personally “Thank You” for your excellent presentation at FPA BE 2015 in Boston.  Our feedback on your session has been wonderful and a buzz still exists of your talk, well after the conclusion of our Conference.  The overall conference has been extremely well received by our members.

At FPA, we pride ourselves on having only strong quality speakers presenting on behalf of our organization at all of our programming events. We feel honored and fortunate that you have accepted this challenge and have risen to the occasion.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

My best friend got married and I know she and her now husband went through the book  "Prenups for Lovers" together in order to create their own prenup. Most recently, I have been consulting with a delightful 81 year old man with significant assets looking to marry his high school girlfriend who is now also 81. They both had families and long happy marriages with their now deceased spouses, and are looking for the best way to live their “off ramp” years together while preserving estates for their children and grandchildren.  This client has now thanked me about 3 different times for recommending your book.

I was talking about this case with Bill today and he suggested I write to let you know how well received your book is and what a wonderful tool you created to help people understand how positive the process of drafting a prenup can really be. Thank you for your contribution to this area – it is appreciated!

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

Over 90% of attendees at Arlene Dubin's Lawline course, An Overview of No-Fault Divorce Law in New York recommended her presentation.  Feedback comments: "Excellent overview.  Well presented.  Arlene Dubin really imparts a wealth of knowledge.  The presenter was excellent.  Perfect.  Very useful course.  I loved it."

Online feedback on Lawline course

 

Hurrah and many thanks!  I cannot thank you enough.  This [dispute] has been a nightmare, but thanks to your diligence and perseverance, it was short.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

I just had a chance to read your article on portability and pre-nuptial agreements.  I think it was very well written and explained the key points that are important especially for those practicing matrimonial law, while not being too basic for an estate planning attorney.

Well done!

                                                                                   E-mail response to "Understanding Portability is Crucial for Prenup Drafting"

                                                                             

I very much enjoyed your article on portability and the DSUE amount. As always, it was very well written and hugely informative. I am dealing with exactly this situation in a prenup now and thankfully your article clarified all sorts of things for me.

                                                                                  E-mail response to "Understanding Portability is Crucial for Prenup Drafting"

 

"Arlene Dubin is very accessible and patient. I have referred her to many of my clients who all agree that she has a collaborative and inclusive approach - but make no mistake - she is very thorough and very tough when and where needed."

Debra Kavaler, Senior Vice President
The Corcoran Group

 

"I just want to quickly say that I appreciate you very much! You did a bang up job helping me in the prenup process. I am very impressed with your knowledge and skills, and extremely grateful that you were on my team. I deeply appreciate your good strong legal work, and I also think you're a delightful lady."

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

"My sincere gratitude for leading me through a problem I suffered with for all too long. Your tireless effort, unmatched skill, and dedicated concern brought me and my family the proper result. I'm wishing you all the best always."

Excerpt from a client’s letter to Arlene Dubin

 

"Thanks. A miracle really. Thanks for all your help."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin

 

"Thank you for an amazing drafting document and spectacular turnaround time. You cover and address clearly the entire scenario to my complete satisfaction. Thank you."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin


"Thank you so much for all your help. Glad it is over. You made it much more bearable than it could have been."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin

 

"Fantastic results today! You were terrific! Thanks." 

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin


"Thank you so much for your work on the prenup during a very sensitive time. I was so grateful to be in your able hands."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin


"Thank you for everything. You were fantastic and I appreciate your attentiveness and support throughout this process."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin
 

"Many thanks for all your special skills and for your patience."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin

 

“For many years, I have wanted to contact you and tell you how fabulous your Prenups for Lovers book was. As a former CFP and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, I would highly recommend it to anyone who would listen and give them copies of it. Wedding photographers should give it out before engagement shots are taken.”

Monica Soltes

 

“Arlene is great. She will hold your hand and support you and guide you. She refused to let me take less than I should. She got me more than I ever thought I would get and I still remain friends with my ex! She'd say, "This is a divorce. This man is not your life or your responsibility anymore"... I had a complicated divorce because of needing to remain partners with my ex...still she got me more than I wanted. She is an incredible person and attorney. It's hard to lose what we have for a promise of a better life and an attorney has to get you through emotionally as well.”

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

Prior results do not gurantee a similar outcome.

Biography

Arlene G. Dubin has practiced matrimonial and family law for more than 25 years and is Chair of the firm’s Matrimonial and Family Law practice. Nationally recognized as an authority in the area of marital agreements, she has extensive experience in the negotiation and drafting of prenuptial, postnuptial, cohabitation, parenting, separation and stipulation of settlement agreements. 

Arlene’s practice encompasses all aspects of matrimonial and family law. She handles complex financial, tax and international issues, equitable distribution, spousal and child support, child custody and access, estate planning, and issues relating to same-sex couples and non-traditional families.  She routinely represents high net worth individuals, including hedge fund managers, private equity and other financial executives as well as real estate developers and owners, celebrities, athletes, entrepreneurs and professionals.

She is trained in mediation and collaborative law and strives, wherever possible, to resolve matrimonial matters without litigation.

Arlene started her career focusing on tax and employee benefits issues in a corporate law firm, providing her with expertise and experience in complex financial matters.

Arlene is author of Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements, published by Villard Books, a division of Random House Inc., a primer on marital agreements.  She has appeared on many television and radio shows, including the Today Show, Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, CNBC’s Power Lunch and Business Center, and National Public Radio. She has been quoted in numerous national publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Associated Press, Time, Newsweek, Business Week, Worth, Vanity Fair, Town & Country, Money and USA Today as well as on-line at Street.com, CourtTV.com, CNNMoney.com and Forbes.com.  A frequent writer and lecturer on matrimonial topics, she is a faculty member of Lawline.com, an on-line provider of continuing legal education. Her website is www.prenupsforlovers.com.

Arlene is honored as a Super Lawyer in the Metro Edition of New York Super Lawyers®.

Publications
Presentations
  • "What’s Up with Prenups,” Financial Planning Association of New York, April 20, 2016
  • "What's Up With Prenups: An Overview," Financial Planning Association 2015 Annual Conference, September 27, 2015
  • "What Planners Need to Know About Prenuptial Agreements," 46th Annual Sidney Kess UJA-Federation of New York Estate, Tax, and Financial Planning Conference, September 10, 2015
  • "Everything a Financial Planner Needs to Know About Marriage and Divorce," Financial Planning Conference co-sponsored by Baruch College and New York State Society of CPAs, July 15, 2015
  • "What To Do Before and After You Say I Do," AXA Advisors Annual LGBT Summit, June 25, 2015
  • "What's Up with Prenups?" AICPA Personal Financial Planning Conference, January 2015
  • "Marriage and Divorce: A Financial Planner's Guide to Ups and Downs of Marriage Made Legal," New York State Society of CPAs, July 2015
  • "The Business of Marriage:  Exploring the Financial Aspects of Personal Transitions," J. P. Morgan Private Bank, September 2013
  • "'Must Do' Before The 'I Do'," Estate Planning Council of New York City, May 2012
  • "Prenups/Postnups in the Collaborative Process: A Marriage Made in Heaven," International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) 12th Annual Forum: Bridging the Globe: Linking the Collaborative Community, October 2011
  • "New York, Prenuptial and Estate Planning for Same Sex Marriage," Lawline CLE Webcast, October 2011
  • "Marriage Equality: Understanding the Legal and Financial Considerations of Marriage," Moses & Singer Program, July 2011
  • "Recent Trends in Divorce Law: Prenuptial Agreements, Collaborative Law and No-Fault Divorce," Sutton Place Synagogue, April 2011
  • "Prenups/Postnups in the Collaborative Process: A Marriage Made in Heaven," New York Association of Collaborative Professionals CLE Training Program, March 2011
  • "Honeymoons & Divorces," Women in Financial Services (WIFS), March 2011
  • "Breaking Up Becomes Easier to Do: New York’s Divorce Reform Law," Lawline.com CLE, October 2010
  • "Potential Financial Risks Sandra Bullock Faces if She Divorces," Entertainment Tonight, March 2010
  • "Love and Marriage, Divorce and Baggage," Moses & Singer Women’s Initiative Program, June and September 2009
  • "Dealing with Second or Troubled Marriages," New York State Bar Association CLE Program, June 2009
  • "Estate Planning & Cohabitation Agreements for Unmarried Couples," Jewish National Fund CLE, June 2008
  • "Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples and Cohabitation Agreements," Lawline.com CLE, April 2008
  • "What's Up with Prenups, Cohabs and Postnups?," Lawline.com CLE, November 2007
  • "Women in the News," IMA Women’s Network panel discussion sponsored by JPMorgan, October 2007
  • "The Basics of Prenuptial, Postnuptial and Cohabitation Agreements," Moses & Singer CLE, October 2007
  • "Estate Planning and Cohabitation Agreements for Unmarried Couples," American Bar Association CLE, July 2007
  • "Does Your Marriage Need a Postnup?," ABC’s Good Morning America, April 2007
  • "Cohabitation Agreements and Estate Planning," Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund’s Life Planning Symposium, November 2006
  • "On the Money," NPR July 2004
  • "Your Money: Don’t Leave it to Your Ex," CNBC’s Power Lunch, June 2004
  • "What’s Up With Prenups? A Perspective on Prenuptial, Postnuptial and Cohabitation Agreements for Estate Planning Professionals," Northern New Jersey Estate Planning Council, March 2004
  • "Prenups for Mediators," Family & Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New York CLE, February 2004
  • "Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements," Cornell Club, September 2003
  • "Marital Agreements-Solutions to Multiple Misunderstandings," Cannon Financial Institute CLE, March 2003
  • "Prenuptial Agreements: Not Just for the Rich and Famous," CBSMarketWatch.com, Webcast, June 2003
  • "Prenup Popularity," CNBC’s Business Center, June 2003
  • "Getting Real on…Prenups," CNBC, Power Lunch, July 2002
  • "Prenups for Lovers: A Romantic Guide to Prenuptial Agreements," NBC-TV Today Show, February 2001
  • On-line Chat, CourtTV.com, February 2001
Professional Affiliations
  • Faculty Member, Lawline.com (on-line CLE provider)
  • American Bar Association, Family Law Section
  • New York State Bar Association, Family Law Section
Law School Activities/Honors
  • Editor-in-Chief, Brooklyn Law Review
Education
  • Brooklyn Law School (J.D., cum laude)
  • Columbia University, Columbia School of Journalism (M.S.J.)
  • Cornell University (A.B. in Government, cum laude)
Bar/Court Admissions
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. Tax Court
Representative Matters
  • Represented "show biz" celebrity in a negotiated "no fault" divorce. Headed off litigation and avoided adverse publicity.
  • Represented a woman in a prenuptial agreement with transgender man. Agreement included provisions regarding legal sexual status, enforceability in other jurisdictions and biological/non-biological children.
  • Represented Fortune 100 individual in a postnuptial agreement, covering residences and other property in several countries. Successfully resolved various intricate international issues.
  • Represented wife of billionaire hedge fund manager in prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
  • Represented high powered attorney in a collaborative "grey" divorce. Successfully negotiated a multitude of complex financial and tax issues.
  • Represented real estate tycoon in a cohabitation agreement. Outcome led to the conversion of the cohabitation agreement into a prenuptial agreement.
  • Represented high profile athlete in a highly contentious matter ultimately bringing about a favorable settlement.
Related Articles
Testimonials

I would like to thank you for your assistance in the drafting and negotiations on my prenup. Although it was longer and more involved than anticipated, I am happy with the end result.

I wish you both the best.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

Arlene you have always been wonderful and did an excellent job. While this is not pleasant, I am happy to be working with a professional like you.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

You are so wonderful and efficient! Thank you!

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

I just wanted to personally “Thank You” for your excellent presentation at FPA BE 2015 in Boston.  Our feedback on your session has been wonderful and a buzz still exists of your talk, well after the conclusion of our Conference.  The overall conference has been extremely well received by our members.

At FPA, we pride ourselves on having only strong quality speakers presenting on behalf of our organization at all of our programming events. We feel honored and fortunate that you have accepted this challenge and have risen to the occasion.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

My best friend got married and I know she and her now husband went through the book  "Prenups for Lovers" together in order to create their own prenup. Most recently, I have been consulting with a delightful 81 year old man with significant assets looking to marry his high school girlfriend who is now also 81. They both had families and long happy marriages with their now deceased spouses, and are looking for the best way to live their “off ramp” years together while preserving estates for their children and grandchildren.  This client has now thanked me about 3 different times for recommending your book.

I was talking about this case with Bill today and he suggested I write to let you know how well received your book is and what a wonderful tool you created to help people understand how positive the process of drafting a prenup can really be. Thank you for your contribution to this area – it is appreciated!

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

Over 90% of attendees at Arlene Dubin's Lawline course, An Overview of No-Fault Divorce Law in New York recommended her presentation.  Feedback comments: "Excellent overview.  Well presented.  Arlene Dubin really imparts a wealth of knowledge.  The presenter was excellent.  Perfect.  Very useful course.  I loved it."

Online feedback on Lawline course

 

Hurrah and many thanks!  I cannot thank you enough.  This [dispute] has been a nightmare, but thanks to your diligence and perseverance, it was short.

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

I just had a chance to read your article on portability and pre-nuptial agreements.  I think it was very well written and explained the key points that are important especially for those practicing matrimonial law, while not being too basic for an estate planning attorney.

Well done!

                                                                                   E-mail response to "Understanding Portability is Crucial for Prenup Drafting"

                                                                             

I very much enjoyed your article on portability and the DSUE amount. As always, it was very well written and hugely informative. I am dealing with exactly this situation in a prenup now and thankfully your article clarified all sorts of things for me.

                                                                                  E-mail response to "Understanding Portability is Crucial for Prenup Drafting"

 

"Arlene Dubin is very accessible and patient. I have referred her to many of my clients who all agree that she has a collaborative and inclusive approach - but make no mistake - she is very thorough and very tough when and where needed."

Debra Kavaler, Senior Vice President
The Corcoran Group

 

"I just want to quickly say that I appreciate you very much! You did a bang up job helping me in the prenup process. I am very impressed with your knowledge and skills, and extremely grateful that you were on my team. I deeply appreciate your good strong legal work, and I also think you're a delightful lady."

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

"My sincere gratitude for leading me through a problem I suffered with for all too long. Your tireless effort, unmatched skill, and dedicated concern brought me and my family the proper result. I'm wishing you all the best always."

Excerpt from a client’s letter to Arlene Dubin

 

"Thanks. A miracle really. Thanks for all your help."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin

 

"Thank you for an amazing drafting document and spectacular turnaround time. You cover and address clearly the entire scenario to my complete satisfaction. Thank you."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin


"Thank you so much for all your help. Glad it is over. You made it much more bearable than it could have been."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin

 

"Fantastic results today! You were terrific! Thanks." 

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin


"Thank you so much for your work on the prenup during a very sensitive time. I was so grateful to be in your able hands."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin


"Thank you for everything. You were fantastic and I appreciate your attentiveness and support throughout this process."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin
 

"Many thanks for all your special skills and for your patience."

Excerpt from a client’s note to Arlene Dubin

 

“For many years, I have wanted to contact you and tell you how fabulous your Prenups for Lovers book was. As a former CFP and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, I would highly recommend it to anyone who would listen and give them copies of it. Wedding photographers should give it out before engagement shots are taken.”

Monica Soltes

 

“Arlene is great. She will hold your hand and support you and guide you. She refused to let me take less than I should. She got me more than I ever thought I would get and I still remain friends with my ex! She'd say, "This is a divorce. This man is not your life or your responsibility anymore"... I had a complicated divorce because of needing to remain partners with my ex...still she got me more than I wanted. She is an incredible person and attorney. It's hard to lose what we have for a promise of a better life and an attorney has to get you through emotionally as well.”

Excerpt from a client’s email to Arlene Dubin

 

Prior results do not gurantee a similar outcome.

 

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