About Gregg Rubenstein
Gregg’s primary goal is to help navigate his clients through what can be one of the most difficult times in their lives by providing clear, insightful counseling in order to
help them understand their legal rights in light of their individual and family needs. Gregg has a diverse client base which includes people from many diverse backgrounds and he knows well that each family law matter has its own unique circumstances. As such, he strives to tailor his representation to the specific needs of each client and their family. He works tirelessly to help every client achieve an outcome that minimizes financial and emotional costs and benefits them both financially and personally.
Education and Professional Experience
Prior to becoming a licensed attorney, Gregg Rubenstein earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Rutgers University in 1995 and Juris Doctor from Widener Law School in 1998. After completing law school, he was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1998.
Gregg began his legal career as a law clerk to the Honorable Roger Daley (Retired) in the Middlesex County Family Court. Upon completing his clerkship, Gregg worked as an Associate Attorney for the Law Office of Robert Musto, Esq., where he practiced family law as well provided representation in real estate, municipal court and criminal matters. Gregg also practiced family law, real estate, municipal court and personal injury law with Eugene Wishnic, PC. Subsequently, before starting his own practice, Gregg was an Associate at the Law Offices of Frank E. Tournour and was a partner at Tournour & Rubenstein, where he gained valuable experience in the practice of family law.
Gregg is also a former municipal prosecutor for the Borough of Milltown.
Awards and Accolades
As a result of Gregg Rubenstein’s dedication to his clients, he has received numerous awards and accolades from the legal community, including the 2008 Martin S. Goldin Family Law Award. Each year, this award is given to a Family Law Practitioner who exemplifies the highest level of principles in the practice of family law, including: maintaining a continuous study of past and present case law; making a careful and detailed analysis of each case; presenting the issues and applicable law to clients in a readily understandable manner; attempting to settle issues on a fair and reasonable basis before resorting to litigation; fostering respect and courtesy for the bench and bar; maintaining high standards of integrity and professionalism, and exhibiting leadership in the County or State Bar Association.
Gregg was also named a “Rising Star” by the New Jersey Super Lawyers® in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012. This coveted award is given to attorneys either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less who are nominated by their peers for having attained certain honors, results or credentials, which indicate a high degree of peer recognition or professional competence.
Additionally, Gregg was recognized as a “Hometown Hero” by the United Way in 2012 for his commitment as an outstanding volunteer attorney for representing victims of domestic violence in Central New Jersey.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Gregg Rubenstein is a member of Member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Middlesex County Bar Association. He is also a member of the Family Law Section of the Middlesex County Bar Association where Gregg also serves on the assignment judges family law committee.
Pro Bono and Volunteer Undertakings
Gregg Rubenstein volunteers legal services to victims of domestic violence as an attorney volunteer for Women Aware.
Gregg also volunteers as an Early Settlement Panelist in Middlesex County. Panelists are experienced family law practitioners who evaluate pre-judgment divorce cases and provide professional recommendations for settlement.