Kevin J. Rubin, Esq.
Kevin has successfully represented clients in family law cases, including:
- Simple and complex actions for divorce
- Child custody
- Child support
- Modification of previous orders
- Paternity and legitimation
- Prenuptial agreements
- Postnuptial agreements
- Contempt actions
Kevin graduated from Emory University School of Law in 2008 and is licensed to practice law in Georgia with admissions to the Georgia Supreme Court, Georgia Court of Appeals, and all Georgia State Trial Courts. Kevin received a Master’s of Science in Information Systems Technology (MSIST) and a Bachelor’s of Business Administration (BBA) from George Washington University in 2001.
Kevin is a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL).
Kevin has been recognized by Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, and Georgia Trend Legal Elite for his legal acumen.
Kevin is a member of various legal associations and organizations that include the State Bar of Georgia’s Family Law Section, the Atlanta Bar Association’s Family Law Section, the Cobb County Bar Association, the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, and the Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law Inn of Court. Kevin serves as a Member-at-Large on the Executive Committee of the State Bar of Georgia’s Family Law Section and the Board of the Atlanta Bar Association’s Family Law Section.
A native of Philadelphia, Kevin lives in Cobb County with his wife and three children. Outside of work, Kevin enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and avidly cheering for the Braves and Atlanta United. Kevin is also on the Executive Board of the Jewish Educational Loan Fund (JELF), a non-profit whose mission is to provide interest-free last dollar loans for higher education to Jewish students in need.
- “Technologies That Are Built to Last,” AAML Webinar, October 2021
- “Getting the Most Financial Bank for your Client’s Buck,” Co-Chair, Atlanta Bar Association – Family Law Section CLE, August 2020
- “A View from the Bench on Practicing Law During a Pandemic,” Moderator, Atlanta Bar Association – Family Law Section Breakfast, May 2020
- “New Tax Code in Divorce,” Tropical Seminar, February 2019
- “Trusts and Equitable Division,” State Bar of Georgia – The Family Law Review, Winter 2019
- “Trusts and Equitable Division: Gibson v. Gibson,” Georgia Family Law Institute, May 2018
- “Use of Surveillance in Civil and Criminal Cases,” Tropical Seminar, January 2017
- “Hot Tips: How to Present Self-Employment Income at Trial – The Best Evidence to Present,” Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) Succeeding in Family Law Hearings and Trials CLE, Oct 2015
- “Discovery and Early Litigation Issues with Comments on Professionalism,” AAML Georgia Chapter Family Law Seminar, 2016
- “Tech’s Importance to Family Law,” LegalTech News, 2016
- “That was Then, This is Now – Examining the Consequences of Estate Planning in a Subsequent Divorce Action When Objectives of Fiduciary Law and Family Law Compete,” 50th Annual Fiduciary Law Seminar, 2015
- “Hot Tips by the Rising Stars: New Business Records Hearsay Exception,” Georgia Family Law Institute, May 2015
- “When Family Law, Forensic Analysis and an iPad Mix,” The Daily Report, March 17, 2015
- “New Evidence Code Cheat Sheet,” Atlanta Bar’ Association’s The Family Lawyer, February/March 2013
- “Interview with Hon. Gail S. Tusan,” State Bar of Georgia’s Family Law Section’s Family Law Review Spring, 2021
- “Meet the New Evidence, Same as the Old Evidence: Changing Evidentiary Requirements for Electronically Stored Information (ESI),” Atlanta Bar Association’s The Family Lawyer, October 2011
- “Daubert Challenges of Expert Witnesses Before and During Trial,” State Bar of Georgia’s Family Law Institute, 2008