Looking for a dynamic speaker for your next professional gathering?


Noted estate planning attorney, author, and lecturer Robert Adler headlines professional continuing education events for lawyers, CPAs and financial advisers. He also presents programs intended to educate the general public on all things estate planning.


By bringing to bear strong technical expertise in a clearly understood presentation style, Adler’s presentations are exceptional.

A frequent speaker and author, Attorney Adler has written hundreds of articles on estate planning, estate administration, probate, tax planning and financial planning, in professional journals including AUS, Trusts and Estates Magazine, Estate Planning Magazine, Taxation for Lawyers, Taxation for Accountants, Probate & Property Magazine, The CPA Journal and the Journal of Financial Service Professionals.


Adler also created, developed and operated AUS, a 4,000 page subscription based estate and financial planning encyclopedia. Subscribed to by thousands of professional advisers AUS was ultimately acquired by the National Underwriter Company.

Adler consistently receives the highest ratings from program attendees.


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We also see clients in Westchester (White Plains)  

and Long Island (Garden City). 

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