Kevin E. Aberant
Mr. Aberant attended Rutgers University-Cook College where he earned a
degree in Environmental Management in 1991. He then attended Vermont Law
School where he graduated Cum Laude in 1994. He has been a partner in the
firm since 1999.
Mr. Aberant's practice encompasses the areas of civil litigation, real
estate and business transactions, bankruptcy, and representing clients in
Municipal Court. He is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts
of both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
His professional activities include membership in the Burlington County Bar
Association and service on the District IIIB Fee Arbitration Committee,
where he served as a panel chair for two years.
In addition to his professional activities, Mr. Aberant is deeply committed
to community service. From January 2005 through December 2008 he served as Mayor of the Township of Moorestown, a community of 20,000 residents with an annual
budget of approximately $22,000,000. During his leadership, in 2005, the township was
named as "The Best Place to Live in America" by Money Magazine. He
has been involved with all aspects of municipal government, including
planning and zoning, open space preservation, public finance, and labor
Mr. Aberant is a member and past President of the Moorestown Business
Association, a member of the Moorestown Rotary Club, including service on
the club's Board of Directors, and a former member of the Board of Trustees of The
Tender, a non-profit organization which provides adult day care, Alzheimers
respite services, and transportation assistance for homebound seniors. He
has also appeared on stage with the Moorestown Theatre Company.
Kevin has also received the Eagle Scout Award.
Kevin Aberant resides in Moorestown with his wife Laura and two daughters.