Kenneth P. Myers, Member
Education: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (B.A., 1973); University of Denver (J.D., 1976).
Publication and Instructorships: Contributing author, Commercial Litigation in Colorado, Law Practice Handbook; continuing legal education instructor: bankruptcy, real estate, and foreclosure law.
Memberships: El Paso County, Colorado and American Bar Associations; American Bankruptcy Institute; Bankruptcy and Insolvency Section of the Commercial Law League. Member of the Colorado Springs Choral Society Board of Trustees, 1991-present; Treasurer, 1992;Vice Chair 2002-2004 and 2010 – present; Chair, 1993, 1995, 2004-2006.
• Representation of debtors and creditors in bankruptcy liquidation and reorganization proceedings.
• Real property law and litigation, including foreclosures, quiet title, mechanics’ lien litigation; representation of title companies, real estate brokers, lenders, buyers, sellers, and contractors.
• Representation of non-profit corporations and 501(C)(3) organizations.
• Business law, commercial law, and business litigation;
• Formation and representation of business entities.
• Estate planning, probate, and estate administration.
Personal Information: Ken was born in South Dakota, and has resided in Colorado Springs since 1961, with time away to attend law school at DU. He has been active for many years as a participant in and board member and officer of several vocal music organizations, including the Colorado Springs Choral Society and the Colorado Opera Festival. His wife, Janet, is an instructor of history at the Colorado Springs campus of the University of Colorado. They have two sons, David and James. David, an electrical engineer, lives in Colorado Springs and works for RT Logic. His wife, Nikki, is the Director of the Academy for Advanced & Creative Learning, a school for gifted children in Colorado Springs. James lives in Wellington, New Zealand, where he works for the Earthquake Commission as a team leader engaged in coordinating relief for victims of the Christchurch earthquake. His wife, Jackie, a computer specialist, works as a IT contractor for various New Zealand government agencies.