|University of Iowa College of Law||Law||J.D.||1968|
Posted by Randy lahey
IN younger days Ken was a good real estate business atty. I contacted him to proceed with forced sale of my business. He was advised that closing was to be held on January 2 2016. Sale of excess of a million dollars. It was difficult to obtain abstracts as they were stolen by ex wife those were replaced by ken. However he had completely forgot and planned a convenient vacation and was not available financing bank delayed sale I ended up hiring an other atty prepare deeds. When back from vacation he was put back onto it sellers attorney had taken over finances I did not agree to and paid all kinds things without sellers my approval. Ken wright was advised by me of multiple errors prior to closing. He failed to do anything. I was Called to his office to sign deeds I refused he used argument the bank needed then before. I signed only under strict purpose of faxing signed copies to bank and told him that must be delayed as mamy things where not done and he was see its delay. Including a contract and second mortgages to me on what I was to carry for buyer. Since he hadn't been around . I suffered a near fatal heart attack...without my permission or knowledge i was incoherent for ten days in hospital they met unknown to me closed the million dollar plus transaction with buyer overpaying my ex wife profusely. Buyers attorney took 25000 for title guarantees also bill Norton buyers atty. the titles where clean and transfered at courthouses before i was even coherent. Norton also sent statement to ITS lying he would be doing my representation to them...signed by me..I signed no statement. The bottom line I am losing over 125,000 from sale as a result of there actions..now the buyer refused to sign her obligations. To this day three months later I had not received ten cents from sale, besides. I called his office demanding copies of checks deeds executed and a consultation to date I got a four five page closing statement. Is this attorney that you would want..I learned the hard way.l
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