Kenneth J. Buechler

Partner

ken@buechlerlawoffice.com

Ken founded the Buechler Law Office in January of 2010. Prior to this Ken was a shareholder at the boutique bankruptcy law firm of Sender & Wasserman, P.C., and was an associate attorney with Stoorman & Friednash, LLP in Denver. While going to law school, Ken was a clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado.

Ken was born in Oceanport, New Jersey. He attended the University of Colorado where he earned his B.A. with distinction in 1993. He received his J.D. from the University of Denver College of Law in 1999. While at DU, he was a member of the Trial and Appellate Teams, won First Place in the Criminal Law Association Irving P. Andrews Mock Trial Competition, and received a Dufford & Brown Legal Writing Award, Honorable Mention.

Awards & Recognitions
Ken Buechler Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law
March 24, 2016 – The American Board of Certification announced that Kenneth J. Buechler successfully completed the requirements for National Certification in Business Bankruptcy Law.
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Ken Buechler receives 2014 Donald E. Cordova Distinguished Service Award
June, 2014 – Kenneth J. Buechler was presented with the 2014 Donald E. Cordova Distinguished Service Award by the Honorable Michael E. Romero at the Rocky Mountain Bankrupcy Conference.

The award is presented to attorneys who take on pro bono matters through the faculty of federal advocates to represent indigent debtors.

Ken Buechler named “Colorado Rising Star” by Colorado Super Lawyers
In 2009 and 2010, Ken was named a “Colorado Rising Star” by Colorado Super Lawyers. He is also a member of the Rhone-Brackett Inn of Court, the Faculty of Federal Advocates, and the American Bankruptcy Institute.

Ken Buechler presents webinar on bankruptcy law
August, 2009 – Ken delivered a webinar on bankruptcy law for residential real estate developers, contractors and investors given with a focus on debt restructuring. The webinar was attended by almost 100 people from across the United States who all were experiencing intense business and personal financial distress.