Kenneth is the son of Ltc Kenneth Love Sr and Cynthia Love, a teacher. He is the father of a son, Xzavier, and a daughter, Amiya. He is married to Miriam Love, who also serves as one of the firmâs legal assistants.
Kenneth graduated Magna Cum Laude from North Carolina Central University in 2003 and went on to get his Juris Doctorate (law degree) from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. Kenneth began his legal career with Legal Aid of North Carolina, a non-profit law firm that represents citizens of North Carolina who typically canât afford attorneys. While there, Kenneth handled a number of legal issues including: social security disability cases, landlord tenant cases, education suspension and expulsion cases, non-profit business incorporations, among other areas. Kenneth specialized in consumer law matters including lawsuit defense, mortgage foreclosure defense, and auto repossession and warranty matters. During his last two years at Legal Aid, Kenneth supervised Legal Aidâs statewide bankruptcy initiative.
After leaving Legal Aid, Kenneth served as the supervisor of the bankruptcy unit with Mike Lewis Attorneys. He served in this position until he and Sean started Love and Dillenbeck Law.
About The Firm:
Ken Love Law is dedicated to serving the citizens of the Piedmont Triad community which includes Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point, and their surrounding cities. It is my mission to provide legal representation to consumers facing financial distress and harassment from creditors who received a âtoo big to failâ bailout from tax payer dollars just so they could go back to doing the same things that caused the recent financial meltdown.