Kelly Padgham'sprincipal areas of law practice include family law, estate planning... more
Kelly Padgham'sprincipal areas of law practice include family law, estate planning and collections. She believes in listening to the client, and then explaining the law and rights of the clients in such a way that it is clearly understood. She truly gets to know the client, and what his or her particular needs are, before making specific recommendations and expeditiously developing and implemen... view profile
My practice is focused in the areas of banking, secured transactions, general... more
My practice is focused in the areas of banking, secured transactions, general business and real estate. My clients include financial and lending institutions, creditors, business owners and real estate owners. I haveextensive experience handling loan workouts, debt restructuring, and complex commercial loan documentation with emphasis on collateralized loans. Ialso advise creditors on th... view profile
AREAS OF EMPHASIS Commercial and business litigation Construction litigation... more
AREAS OF EMPHASIS Commercial and business litigation Construction litigation Easement and access disputes Real estate transactions and litigation Contract disputes Collection and enforcement of judgments Foreclosures Municipal and administrative law Creditor representation in bankruptcy ADMITTED TO PRACTICE States of Idaho and Washington U.S. District Court, Idaho EDUCATION Weber ... view profile
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