Ken White 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.
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 Ken White is the right attorney for the job.
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I endorse this lawyer. Ken White is a diligent and intelligent attorney whose advice to his clients is usually close to the ultimate outcome of his cases. He does not unnecessarily "churn" his files in order to bring about a just result. I recommend him highly as a referral attorney for cases that are not in my physical practice area.
Ron Reich Litigation Attorney
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Ken White is a fantastic attorney and litigator. I have dealt with Ken both as an adversary and as co-counsel and have found him to be exemplary in his practice in both situations. He is extremely knowledgeable and an excellent advocate for his clients. When required, he is very successful at litigating positive results for his clients. He is similarly successful in negotiating settlements favorable for his clients. Ken is always a pleasure to interact with and his professionalism is second to none. I strongly endorse Ken.
Rachel Partyka Family Attorney
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|FL||Member in Good Standing - CLER Exempt||1993||01/11/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney||Supreme Court of New Jersey||2015|
|Certified Family Law Mediator||Supreme Court of New Jersey||2015|
|10 Best of 2015||American Institute of Family Law Attorneys||2015|
|10 Best Of 2014||American Institute of Family Law Attorneys||2014|
|Peer Review - Distinguished||Martindale-Hubbell||2013|
|EMSC Advisory Council - Member||Governor - State of New Jersey||2012|
|Early Settlement Panelist||Middlesex County Bar Association||2000|
|Assignment Judge's Family Law Committee - Middlesex County||Assignment Judge - Middlesex County||2000|
|Partner||Shane and White, LLC||2001 - Present|
|Associate||Law Offices of Mark S. Shane||1993 - 2000|
|Law Clerk||Hon. Arthur M. Burken||1992 - 1993|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Supreme Count of New Jersey - Board on Attorney Certification||Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney||2008 - Present|
|Supreme Court of New Jersey||Qualified Mediator Pursuant to R. 1:40||2001 - Present|
|Middlesex County Matrimonial Early Settlement Program||Panelist||2001 - Present|
|Central New Jersey Family Law American Inn of Court||Barrister||2000 - 2004|
|Middlesex County Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member||2000 - Present|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Family Law Section||Member||1993 - Present|
|Florida Bar||Member||1993 - Present|
|US District Court for the District of New Jersey||Admitted Attorney||1993 - Present|
|Ask NJMoneyHelp.com||What Assets Get Shared In A Divorce||2015|
|Ask NJMoneyHelp.com||Will A New Job Change My Alimony||2015|
|Ask NJMoneyHelp.com||My Ex Won't Pay College Obligations||2015|
|Ask NJMoneyHelp.com||Should I Sign A Pre-Nup?||2015|
|Ask NJMoneyHelp.com||When A Spouse Lies On A Joint Tax Return||2015|
|Ask NJMoneyHelp.com||Separating Your Credit Before A Divorce||2015|
|The Star-Ledger||Your Money: Divorce After 30-Plus Years of Marriage||2014|
|The Star-Ledger||Forgetting Ethics Is Not An Option||2014|
|The Star-Ledger||Protecting Adult Child's Inheritance From Ugly Divorce Fight||2014|
|The Star-Ledger||No Divorce, But Wanting A Name Change||2013|
|The Star-Ledger||The Fate Of Cutodial Accounts During A Divorce||2013|
|The Star-Ledger||What's In A Name (Change)?||2012|
|The Star-Ledger||Divorce and Credit Card Debt||2012|
|The Star-Ledger||How To Handle Secretive Spouses When It Comes To Dealing With Insurance||2011|
|Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1993|
|Adelphi University||Accounting||Other - Bachelors||1990|
|News 12 New Jersey||College Expenses / Child Support||2014|
|Middlesex County Early Settlement Panel||Divorce Resolution||2013|
|Central New Jersey Family Law American Inn of Court||Taking Testimony of Expert at Trial||2002|