Edward J. Ramp
~ In Memoriam ~
Ed Ramp was in practice for well over four decades before passing away in 2022. In that time, he developed a reputation for being knowledgeable, kind, and caring. As an attorney, he has accumulated a vast wealth of knowledge in the areas of family law, estate planning, real estate, workers compensation, and Social Security disability. His experience, expertise, and reputation were invaluable assets to his clients and our firm. He served as a mentor to many at the firm and is greatly missed.
His years of practicing law made Mr. Ramp a careful listener and detailed oriented. He understood that clients often have critical information that can make a case and worked hard to elicit the details necessary for success.
Mr. Ramp was open and forthright. He gives clients accurate assessments of their cases by explaining the strengths of each case, potential pitfalls, and how best to achieve the client's desired outcome.
Mr. Ramp was compassionate and caring. He understood that many of his clients come to the firm seeking assistance during some of the most difficult and stressful times of their lives. He frequently lent a sympathetic ear and worked hard to ease each client's burden by providing outstanding legal services.
He was appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a panelist on the Middlesex County Family Court’s Early Settlement Program. This statewide program enables respected, experienced family law attorneys to make recommendations in contested matrimonial cases, assisting both the litigants and the Court.
Mr. Ramp served as Chair of the New Jersey Supreme Court's District VIII Fee Arbitration Committee. The fee arbitration committee hears complaints from litigants who think they’ve been overcharged by their attorneys. It also hears complaints from attorneys. The committee’s decisions are binding.
He received his Juris Doctor from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Prior to law school, Mr. Ramp graduated magna cum laude from Boston University, with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. He was admitted to practice law in New Jersey and Florida.