Lancaster Attorney ( Kenneth G. Reidenbach) Indicted on Bankruptcy Fraud Charges

Kenneth G. Reidenbach was charged today by superseding indictment with bankruptcy fraud, concealing assets during a bankruptcy proceeding, and embezzling from a bankruptcy estate, announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger. According to the superseding indictment, Reidenbach, an attorney in Lancaster, represented an individual in a bankruptcy proceeding. Reidenbach counseled the client to place nearly $40,000 in real estate proceeds into a law firm account controlled by Reidenbach and then concealed those proceeds from the bankruptcy court.

The indictment also alleges that Reidenbach falsely represented that he had agreed to receive only $1,500 for representing the client in the bankruptcy proceeding. The original indictment, filed December 9, 2010, charged Reidenbach and co-defendant Herbert P. Henderson, another attorney in Lancaster, with conspiracy to commit bankruptcy fraud and concealing assets in bankruptcy by concealing more than $51,000 of clients’ real estate sales proceeds from the bankruptcy court.

Information Regarding the Defendant
Name: Kenneth G. Reidenbach
Address: Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Age or Year of Birth: 1950

If convicted of the charges in the superseding indictment, Reidenbach faces a maximum possible sentence of 40 years in prison and a fine of $2,000,000.

The case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney David J. Ignall.

An indictment or information is an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.


  1. Really, innocent unless & untl proven guilty. Ask his family which it is -- GUILTY!

  2. Let's go back 45 years and start counting all the females he molested. How many felony counts would that be? That should keep the FBI busy for months. They can start with family members.

  3. I'm a current client of Ken Reidenbach. How do I go about switching to another attorney?

  4. When is he getting sentenced? May 10th?

  5. He is innocent. And t

    he legal system in the US is flawed. It's sad, a good person is going to pay for things he didn't do.


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