Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney
Whether you are in need of an attorney to help you finalize your divorce in a swift, amicable matter by settlement or an experienced trial attorney prepared to aggressively represent your interests before the court Kenneth A. White is the right attorney for the job.
Family Law Attorney
Ken is extremely active in the bar, serving as a member of the Assignment Judge’s Family Lawyers Committee, the Early Settlement Panel, the Central New Jersey Family Law American Inn of Court, and the Legal Clinic of Women Helping Women and Women Aware. His devotion to Family Law not only makes him a great attorney, but also a caring and sympathetic counselor.
Certified Matrimonial Attorney
Ken is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney. Currently, less than 3% of active New Jersey attorneys hold any type of board certification. If you were seeking the help of a doctor to address a serious medical condition you would likely seek out a Board Certified medical professional. It is respectfully suggested that your potential divorce / family law matter is no less serious or important, and for that reason you should seek the assistance of a Certified Attorney. For more information about Supreme Court Certification please see the following: http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/supreme_doc/njbac/.
In addition to having been Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney Ken White has been appointed to the Assignment Judge’s Family Law Committee of Middlesex County. The purpose of the committee is to help shape policy and procedure within Family Court of Middlesex County.
Further, at the request of the court Ken serves as an Early Settlement Panelist in Middlesex County. The Early Settlement Panel is comprised of two attorneys appointed by the court to arbitrate divorce cases on a volunteer basis. Ken has served in this capacity on a regular basis since 2001.
Additionally, Ken has been repeatedly appointed by the Family Court to serve as a Guardian Ad Litem and as a Mediator for the purpose of helping members of the public bring their family law litigation to a successful conclusion.
Ken possesses an exceptional understanding of the law and its practice. He has the rare ability to analyze a legal problem from various perspectives and resolve it in the manner that is best for his client. Most importantly, he works carefully and efficiently so clients always know they can place their trust in him. No attorney will work harder for his or her client than Kenneth White. He attended Nova University School of Law (1993) and earned his undergraduate degree at Adelphi University. Ken belongs to both the New Jersey and the Florida State Bar Associations.
Certified Legal Specialties
- Matrimonial Law Attorney, Supreme Court of New Jersey
- Florida, 1993
- New Jersey, 1993
- U.S. District Court District of New Jersey, 1993
- Nova University Center for the Study of Law, Fort Lauderdale, Florida – 1993
- Adelphi University, Garden City, NJ, USA, B.A., Major: Accounting
Professional Associations and Memberships
- New Jersey State Bar Association, Member
- Florida State Bar Association, Member
- Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney
- Assignment Judge’s Family Lawyers Committee Member- Middlesex
- Early Settlement Panelist- Middlesex
- Central New Jersey Family Law American Inn of Court- Member
- Legal Clinic, Women Helping Women and Women Aware
- Trained Civil Mediator
Kenneth A. White has been quoted in the following Star-Ledger articles
- Your Money: How to split assets in divorce, get medical coverage, after 30-plus years of marriage
- Your Money: With divorce coming, how can I hide cash from my spouse?
- Your Money: Protecting adult child’s inheritance from ugly divorce fight and poor money decisions
- Biz Brain: No divorce, but wanting a name change
- Biz Brain: The fate of custodial accounts during a divorce
- Biz Brain: What’s in a name (change)?
- Biz Brain: Divorce and credit card debt
- How to handle secretive spouses when it comes to dealing with insurance