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  1. Litigation: 34%
    8 years
  2. Chapter 7: 33%
    8 years
  3. Chapter 13: 33%
    8 years



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  • Adrian M. Lapas

    Kenneth knows his stuff. He is well respected in the bankruptcy community as a debtor's attorney. I heartily endorse him.


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Winston-Salem Office

3410 Healy Drive
Suite 208
Winston Salem, NC, 27103

Love & Dillenbeck, PLLC

324 Rensselaer Avenue
Charlotte, NC, 28203

Greensboro Office

301 North Elm Street
Suite 260
Greensboro, NC, 27401



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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Rising StarSuper Lawyers2016
Top 40 under 40The National Black Layers Top 1002016
Certified Specialist in Consumer Bankruptcy LawNorth Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization2014
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Managing PartnerLove and Dillenbeck Law, PLLC2012 - Present
Bankruptcy AttorneyMike Lewis Attorneys2011 - 2012
Staff Attorney/ Supervisor of Bankruptcy UnitLegal Aid Of North Carolina, Inc.2007 - 2011
Association namePosition nameDuration
North Carolina Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section CouncilCouncilmember2012 - Present
Carter G. Woodson Charter SchoolBoard Member2012 - Present
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Cincinnati College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2006
North Carolina Central University School of LawPolitical Science/ PsychologyBA - Bachelor of Arts2003
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Legal Services Task Force TrainingsTaxes and Bankruptcy Law2014
Basics of BankruptcyConfirming a Chapter 13 plan2014
Bankruptcy LawNorth Carolina Exemptions2014