Conner Kempe

Top rated Estate Planning & Probate attorney in Jupiter, Florida

Conner Kempe

Practice Areas: Estate Planning & Probate, Business & Corporate; view more

Licensed in Florida since: 2017

Education: Stetson University College of Law

Selected to Rising Stars: 2021 - 2024


941 N Highway A1A
Jupiter, FL 33477 Visit website


An associate attorney at the general practice law firm of Joseph C Kempe Professional Association in Jupiter, Florida, Conner Kempe provides value-added business, estate planning, probate and wealth management services to the administrators of Fortune 500 companies, political leaders, sportspersons, and private companies and businesses in and around Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. He has been significantly contributing to the firm’s digital transformation initiatives.

A genuinely customer-centric attorney, Mr. Kempe utilizes the firm’s state-of-the-art technology to efficiently address his clients’ needs in a timely and cost-effective manner. He is an integral part of the firm’s business, estate planning and wealth management teams. He is an active member of The  Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Principle and Income Committee and the American Bar Association’s Tax Section committees on Estate and Gift Tax and the Crypto Task Force.

Before attaining his law degree at Stetson University College of Law, Mr. Kempe obtained exposure in various areas. While majoring in economics at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, he completed a developmental economics program at the University of Sydney, Australia, and the Tuck Business Bridge Program. He then went to Cayman Islands Law School to study international banking, maritime law and carriage of goods. 

Prior to joining the law firm, Mr. Kempe obtained his LL.M. degree in tax law from the University of San Diego School of Law. He interned with several influential people and organizations in society from his time in college, including Joseph C. Kempe, Congressman Thomas J. Rooney, the Skyway Capital Markets and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Mr. Kempe holds certifications in blockchain technologies from MIT Sloan School of Management and cryptocurrencies driving innovation and blockchain technologies from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, England. Former co-chair of the Palm Beach County Bar Association’s Estate and Probate Law Continuing Legal Education Committee, he has lectured on “Helping Foreign Buyers & Sellers of Florida Real Property” at the Jupiter Tequesta Hobe Sound Realtors of the Miami Association of Realtors.

Practice areas

Estate Planning & Probate, Business/Corporate

Focus areas

Business Formation and Planning, Business Organizations, Estate Planning, Limited Liability Companies, Living Wills, Partnership, Power of Attorney, Probate & Estate Administration, Sub-chapter S Corporations, Trusts, Wills

  • 90% Estate Planning & Probate
  • 10% Business/Corporate

First Admitted: 2017, Florida

Professional Webpage:

Firm News (Newsletters):
  • During September, 2022 the Biden administration released the Comprehensive Framework for Responsible  Development of Digital Assets (“Framework”). Digital Assets refer to cryptocurrencies, cryptokens, Non-Fungible Tokens (“NFTs”), products built on blockchains, and others. Their goals are to provide consumer and investorprotection; financial stability; counter illicit finance; U.S. leadership in the global financial system and economic competitiveness; financial inclusion; and responsible innovation. This Framework addressed various issues, however this article will focus only on stablecoins, the environmental impact of blockchain technology, fighting illicit finance, and the implementation of a U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency and Central Bank Digital Currencies (“CBDCs”). , Regulation of Digital Assets and Crypto Currencies, Finance, Tax
  • We are finding an increasing number of clients with digital assets on their balance sheets and, as such, we are  investing our time, effort, and money learning about these new forms of property and other uses of blockchain. As property, some forms of digital assets are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission and digital assets are considered capital assets by the Internal Revenue Services for tax purposes. As property, they can also be held in trusts and conveyed to others, perhaps by a blockchain trust or will. Blockchain is not only used to create assets, but is used as a medium of contract, payment, and other processes. , Blocks of Digital Assets - Bitcoin, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT’s), and Property -, Finance, Tax
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Florida Bar Association as a member of the Real Property, Probate & Trust Law (RPPTL) Principle & Income Committee
  • American Bar Association Tax Section committees on Estate and Gift Tax and the Crypto Task Force, Member
  • Co-Chair of the Palm Beach County Bar Association, Estate & Probate Continuing Legal Education Committee, 2019-2020
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Broadly, this paper addresses the ways trusts are modified and the effect of the generation skipping tax (“GST”). Narrowly, it focuses on the limitations associated with modifying trusts that are grandfathered from GST under Chapter 13, but its conclusions can extend to trusts exempt as a result of GST exemption allocation. Though much is written about modifying trusts through “decantings,” the conclusion of the author is that in certain situations a trustee’s ability to appoint or grant powers of appointment to beneficiaries offers a simpler and often safer meansof modifying trusts, without violating the constructive addition or other limitations that jeopardize grandfathered status or loss of exemption that has been allocated or that can be allocated in the future., Author, TRUSTEE GRANT OF POWER - A SIMPLER APPROACH TO MODIFYING GST EXEMPT TRUSTS –, 2016
Educational Background:
  • University of San Diego- LLM in Taxation, 2017
  • Dartmouth College, with an AB degree in Economics, 2012
  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars, Super Lawyers, 2022
Special Licenses/Certifications:
  • Conner R. Kempe, Esq., LL.M, has received a certificate from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, on Blockchain Technologies:Business Innovation and Application, 2021- 2022, 2022
  • Conner R. Kempe, Esq., LL.M, has received a second certificate in Blockchain Technology from the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, England, How are Cryptocurrencies Driving Innovation Program, 2022

Office location for Conner Kempe

941 N Highway A1A
Jupiter, FL 33477

Phone: 561-747-7300


4 Years Rising Stars
  • Rising Stars: 2021 - 2024

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