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Noted estate planning attorney, author, and lecturer Robert Adler headlines educational events at CPA, broker-dealer and life insurance company conferences.


By bringing to bear strong technical expertise in a clearly understood presentation style, Robert’s presentations to CPA's, financial advisers and insurance professionals are exceptional.


Robert has, throughout his professional career, been closely involved with the financial services industry. He created and operated AUS (the Advanced Underwriting Service), a subscription based estate and financial planning encyclopedia. Subscribed to by thousands of financial advisers, AUS was acquired by the National Underwriter Company in 2008.


Robert has written hundreds of articles on estate planning in AUS and other professional journals including 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.

Robert consistently receives the highest ratings from program attendees.

Robert J. Adler,

Attorney at Law


Wills, Trusts, Estates & Private Client Services

30 years of


Office: 212-843-4059

Estate Attorney, Wills and Trusts

Direct: 646-946-8327

1180 6th Avenue

8th Floor

New York, New York 10036

We also see clients in Westchester (White Plains)  

and Long Island (Garden City). 

Serving New York including (but not limited to): New York City including Manhattan (New York County); Brooklyn (Kings County); Bronx; Queens; Staten Island (Richmond County); Long Island (Nassau County and Suffolk County); Westchester County, Rockland County; Putnam County; Dutchess County; and Northern  New Jersey.

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