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About Kenneth L. Peacher , Attorney at Law

Kenneth L. Peacher, Attorney at Law in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, engages in the general practice of law with an emphasis on bankruptcy, family law, and general litigation. I have more than three decades of experience in bankruptcy protection, and have represented individuals as well as various business organizations. When you need assistance in filing a liquidation bankruptcy, or settling a marital dispute, I am here to help.

Kenneth L. Peacher, is a native Oklahoman who was born in Waynoka and was raised in El Reno, was recently married to Charla who is a registered nurse at INTEGRIS Hospital. He has two sons living in Oklahoma City, OK.


Kenneth received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Oklahoma in 1972. He also attended the Oklahoma City University School of Law, where he earned his law degree in 1975.


Upon graduating from law school, Kenneth joined a law firm in which his senior partner was a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee. He gained knowledge in all chapters of the Bankruptcy Code under the guidance of his court-appointed, senior partner. Kenneth’s stay in the said association made it possible for him to make two oral arguments regarding bankruptcy litigation before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, Colorado.

Associations and Memberships

While Kenneth was attending law school, he was inducted into the honorary Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity of the Learned Hand Inn. He was also a member of the Delta Upsilon social fraternity when he was at the University of Oklahoma, as well as a member and master mason of the India Temple Shrine in Oklahoma City. Furthermore, Kenneth is affiliated with various court and bar associations, including:

United States Supreme Court | US Tax Court | 10th Circuit Court of Appeals | Oklahoma Supreme Court | United States District Courts for the Western, Northern, and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma | Bankruptcy and Family Law Divisions of Oklahoma Bar Association | Oklahoma County Bar Association