KENNETH R. RAMPINO
KENNETH R. RAMPINO is a graduate of Bowdoin College (B.A. Magna Cum Laude 1995) and Roger Williams University Law School (J.D. Magna Cum Laude 2008), where he was an editor and contributing author of The Roger Williams Law Review. Admitted to practice in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, Ken concentrates in the areas of elder law, estate planning, and special needs planning. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, ElderCounsel, WealthCounsel and the Probate and Trust Committee of the Rhode Island Bar Association. Prior to becoming an attorney, Ken was a high school teacher and U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in West Africa. He has a Masters in International Development from Brandeis University and a Masters of Taxation from Bryant University.
KENNETH J. RAMPINO
Kenneth J. Rampino recently retired after over forty years of practicing law. Before retiring, his practice concentrated on helping individuals and families deal with legal issues concerning marriage, incapacity, creditor protection, long term care, taxes, retirement and death. Attorney Rampino believes in a holistic approach to estate planning. Although he is a respected Elder Law Attorney, his practice encompassed a broad spectrum of clients and in serving those clients, he believes it is essential to discern the needs of each client and to design and implement a plan that addresses those needs as comprehensively and efficiently as possible.
Kenneth received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rhode Island in 1967 and his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School in 1970. He was an Editor of American Law Reports from 1971 until 1975 during which he published numerous annotations on a wide variety of topics. In 1975, he began practicing in the real estate and estate planning areas and with the advent of Elder Law, wealth preservation in the long term care context became a focal point of his practice, particularly with regard to real estate. He was a member of the Rhode Island and Massachusetts Bar Associations, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, ElderCounsel and the Title Standards Committee of the Rhode Island Bar.
Kenneth was a frequently requested presenter and lecturer on topics relating to Elder Law and estate planning. He has presented at conferences and symposia for attorneys and other professionals as well as workshops for the general public. He has published articles relating to estate planning and Elder Law in local bar journals as well as national publications. He has also received the highest peer rating available for legal competence and ethics by Lexis-Nexus Martindale and Hubbell and was named a Rhode Island Elder Law SuperLawyer in 2011.