Rated “5 Star”
AV Rated by Peers
5.0/5 by Clients
Mr. William Bronchick has been practicing law since 1991, having been involved in over 3,000 real estate and business transactions. He has authored several real estate and business books, including, “Flipping Properties“, which was named one of the ten best real estate books of the year by Tribune Media (owner of the Chicago Tribune and hundreds of newspapers across the Country).
William Bronchick’s articles appear in newspapers, magazines, and journals nationwide, including Forbes.com. He has appeared as a guest on numerous radio and television talk shows, such as CNBC Power Lunch, 9 News Denver, and Fox31 News Denver. He has also been featured in Money Magazine, USA Today, CNN Money, the Wall Street Journal Online, Investors Business Daily, New York Newsday, the Los Angeles Times, and the Denver Business Journal. He is admitted to practice law before the bars of New York and Colorado.
William Bronchick is rated AV-rated by peers on Martindale Hubbard and rated “Excellent” by AVVO.com.
Kenneth Bronchick is of counsel to the firm and has been a member of the Florida bar since 1984. His practice is in Fort Lauderdale, specializing in real property law, including residential and commercial, as well as in the general corporate and estate planning fields. He has been awarded the prestigious “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell® (recognizing excellence in ability and ethical practice).
He is active in the community, whether business, legal or service oriented, and is currently a member of the following: the West Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce; the Fort Lauderdale/Cypress Creek Rotary Club (past treasurer-4 years); Director of the Governing Board of Broward Children’s Center; Director of BAREC – the Broward Attorneys Real Estate Council; licensed agent of Stewart Title Guaranty Insurance; licensed agent of Old Republic Title Insurance Company; member of the Broward County Bar Association; and, belongs to the Florida Bar Sections for Real Property and Probate and Corporate law.
He has previously served as a Kiwanian for over 15 years, attaining the position of Vice-President, and was with the Oakland Park/Wilton Manors Chamber of Commerce for well over 10 years, and is a past president. He has been a gold and later platinum fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Jail and Bail efforts, he coached and sponsored recreational soccer teams, and he has provided pro-bono legal services to the indigent.