Robert M. Kleiner, Esq.
Licensed in Delaware and Pennsylvania
Rob Kleiner, a Delaware native, received his Honors Bachelor of Arts degree, with Distinction, from the University of Delaware. As a law student, Rob was both a published author in, and an editor of, legal publications. He received his law degree, with Honors, from the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law.
Rob has worked in the Supreme Court of Delaware as a judicial intern for the Chief Justice, in the Tax Court of New Jersey as a judicial law clerk, in Delaware Chancery and Superior courts as a litigator for a regional law firm, and in the Family Court of Delaware as a Volunteer Attorney for Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc.
He is admitted to practice in Delaware, Pennsylvania and before the United States Tax Court and the Internal Revenue Service.
Rob is a current or former member of the Trusts and Estates, Real and Personal Property, Elder Law (chair 2015-2016), Small and Solo Firms (vice chair 2015-2017, chair 2017-2018) and Taxation Sections of the Delaware State Bar Association, the Real Property, Trusts and Estates Section of the American Bar Association, and other professional associations. Rob has been appointed to the Delaware Supreme Court Commission on Law & Technology. In 2017, Rob was recognized as a “Top Lawyer” by Delaware Today magazine.
Steven E. Kleiner, Esq.
Licensed in Delaware
After receiving Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees from Cornell University, Steve Kleiner moved to Delaware to work for the Dupont Company as an internal consultant. While at Dupont, he was appointed by the Governor as private industry representative to the State of Delaware Telecommunications Committee. Steve was promoted to management at Dupont, and later worked in senior management for high technology companies.
Steve graduated Magna Cum Laude from Widener University School of Law (Delaware), where he was an editor of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, and is admitted to practice in Delaware and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
He has been honored to serve on the board of trustees of Delaware non-profit organizations, has worked, pro bono, for a federal district judge on matters of complex litigation and has handled estate planning matters for senior citizens and veterans as a Volunteer Attorney for Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc.
Steve is a current or former member of the the Trust and Estates, Elder Law and Real and Personal Property sections of the Delaware State Bar Association, the Real Property, Trusts and Estates section of the American Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, the Benjamin Franklin Inn of Court, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, and other professional associations.