David Kasen – Attorney Profile



A New Jersey native, David Kasen has provided bankruptcy assistance to individuals and businesses for over 40 years. David Kasen is one of only two lawyers in the State of New Jersey who is board certified as a specialist in BOTH consumer AND business bankruptcy law by The American Board of Certification, accredited by The American Bar Association. He has also been named as one of the country’s top Bankruptcy & Credit/Debtor Rights Attorneys in the “Corporate Counsel Edition of Super Lawyers (2007 & 2009).

Prior to beginning his career in the law, Mr. Kasen attended Rutgers University, where he earned his undergraduate degree, there he was a member of the Rutgers Economic Honors Society and achieved Dean’s List Honors. He then attended Rutgers University School of Law where he graduated with a juris doctorate . While in law school Mr. Kasen was on Law Review.

From 1974-1981 prior to private practice, David Kasen worked as the Chapter 13 Trustee for the Camden vicinage. Mr. Kasen is the founding partner of Kasen & Kasen. He has represented thousands of consumer debtors and has successfully restructured and reorganized a vast array of businesses. He has lectured on Bankruptcy law topics for New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, the New Jersey State Bar Association, and the National Business Institute.

David Kasen is admitted to practice in the Courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He is a graduate of Rutgers University Law School 1970, and a member of the Camden County and New Jersey State Bar Association.


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