Brian Levin

ATTORNEY

Brian has both a domestic and international practice, representing individuals and families in a variety of matters, including probate and trust disputes.

Brian has represented parties from throughout the world, including Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, Honduras, Ecuador, Panama, Guatemala, Canada, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Israel and China. Mr. Levin is also frequent speaker on securities, and investment-related topics.

Brian grew up in Michigan and graduated from James Madison College at Michigan State University with a B.A. in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy, cum laude. He then moved to Miami, Florida and attended the University of Miami School of Law where he graduated cum laude and was a member of the University of Miami Business Law Review.

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION & BAR ADMISSIONS
EDUCATION

University of Miami, School of Law
Juris Doctor
cum laude

Michigan State University
BA, Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy
cum laude

IN THE NEWS

Probate and trust estate litigation law firm RMO LLP announced today that Scott Rahn, founding and managing partner, has once again been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for his work in the area of Trusts and Estates Litigation…

IN THE NEWS

Recognized for his exceptional legal skill and accomplishments as a top trust attorney within the Los Angeles business community, RMO LLP Founding and Managing Partner Scott Rahn has been selected as a nominee for the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Leaders in Law…

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