1190 South Victoria Avenue Suite 106 Ventura, CA 93003
About Kenneth Henjum Law Office
I was raised in Ventura County and chose to stay here. I have been in practice for over 25 years serving primarily Ventura County residents. I created a law firm that maintains the highest level of professionalism and flexibility for our clients. We do not have a routine program that you must fit in, since we tailor our representation to meet your needs, not the other way around. We listen to you and understand that seeking an attorney’s help is stressful and can be costly. We allow you to relax, so you can feel safe and secure to make the right decision for you and your family. Our office is well-staffed and ready to help you. Our firm is different from most firms, and I think once you meet with us, you will say the same thing.
In my time away from the office, I am involved with my family and the community. I am one of the coaches for the Newbury Park Mock Trial program. This year we brought the most teams of any high school to the County competition, a full 70 kids invested their time and efforts into the program. They finished 1st in my book since they did their best. The growth of each child was astonishing and created a skill set that they can use for the rest of their lives. My daughter competed in the past and it was a memory created that will last a lifetime. My son competes now, and is very thrilling to see him perform.
One of our teams this past year ended up in the top five. Our program is the largest in the County. Now that it is over until September, I fill my time long boarding with my son, taking photographs and seeing nature. Check out my Facebook photos of the local area. Just a note, that if there are any older boarders out there, try out the “Carver” board. It strengthens your core while you cruise.
We handle cases in Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, Fillmore, Santa Paula, Ventura, CA, Oxnard, Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Moorpark, and Simi Valley.
For late nights, the kids have reinvigorated my interest in old board games. Does anyone remember Master Piece or Clue?