Mediator's Profile


Kenneth Rempell

Business Name: Law Offices of Kenneth F. Rempell

Ken Rempell dedicates his family law practice to amicable negotiation, combining his experience as a matrimonial attorney, his financial background, and his negotiation skills. For the past 15 years, Ken has focused exclusively on matrimonial and family law, including:

  • Equitable distribution of assets
  • Custody
  • Parenting time
  • Child and spousal support
  • Post-judgment matters
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements

Ken focuses on your motivations – whether goals, wishes, concerns, or fears – such as the impact a divorce can have on children or the financial consequences that may result from a marital dissolution. He offers practical and, when needed, creative answers to the “what ifs” and reassures his clients that they and their families will be able to transition successfully into the next chapter of their lives.

Ken brings a compassionate and caring approach to his work. He understands that divorce is an incredibly challenging time when the future is uncertain, but most often, it does not have to be hostile. He strives to give his clients the support and guidance they need to move forward confidently.

If you are committed to an amicable (versus adversarial) negotiation, the attorney you choose must share that commitment.  If you are committed to protecting your family from the inescapable heightened emotional and financial drain of litigation or adversarial negotiation, then the attorney you choose must be committed to a process of amicable negotiation. If you are committed to determining your own future instead of giving up your right to self-determination, you need an attorney with the skills and experience who shares that commitment.

When a family member or good friend tells you they have the best attorney for you, don’t fail to ask, best for what?  New Jersey has many excellent family law attorneys, but if you want an amicable negotiation, you must select an attorney who fully supports that process and is skilled at negotiations based not only on positions but interests and core concerns as well. You should  also work with an attorney you are comfortable with and who you can trust.,  Keep in mind you need a strategic advisor, mentor, and empathetic partner to help you reach your goals and peacefully resolve your divorce.

Areas of Focus

  • Family Law
  • Mediation
  • Collaborative Law
  • Cooperative Process


  • Brooklyn Law, JD, 1979
  • Columbia University, MBA, 1973


  • State of New Jersey

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