Parent: Brian Rubin is a parent of a 30 year old son named Mitchell Rubin who has autism. After Mitchell was diagnosed with autism, Brian decided to use his profession to help secure a better future for those with autism. Brian states on his Website the following.
Since 1981, with Mitchell's birth, Brian's practice became dedicated to appropriate "Special Needs Future Planning" (SNFP) for his fellow Illinois parents and families of children and adults with special needs.Law Practice: Brian Rubin began practicing law in 1976 and in 2001 he founded The Law Offices of Brian Rubin & Associates. The Law Offices of Brian Rubin & Associates limits its work to helping families with developmental disabilities (such as autism) complete estate planning. Brian writes on his Website,
My law firm's practice is limited to serving my fellow families of children with special needs...not concentrated, but limited. That is all we do.Presenter: Brian Rubin gives regular public presentations which he calls Heart to Heart Family Educational Group Presentations. He also frequently speaks at state and national conferences on autism.
- He is President of The Arc of Illinois and gave a presentation at their 2011 ARC conference in September.
- He also presented in July, 2011 at the The Autism Society of America's National Conference.
- KESHET (Jewish Parents of Children with Special Needs)
- Special Needs Alliance (for Attorneys who specialize in Special Needs Planning)
Thanks to Brian Rubin for being an Autism Light in the often confusing world of special needs estate planning.
Photo: Photo in this post used with permission of Brian Rubin.