Karey L. James received her bachelorette degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Sociology and Women’s Studies; during her undergraduate program Karey served as the chair of the board for the Women’s Resource Center, she served on the Judicial Review Board, was the president of the Sociological Honors Society, Alpha Kappa Delta and was on the board for the legal fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta.
Karey obtained her law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. While in l
Lease drafting, review and negotiation
Leases for franchise tenants
Commercial lease review
Security deposit disputes
Notice to Quit and Notice to Vacate
Forcible entry and detainer suits
Actions to quiet title
Breach of Lease Litigation
A key goal in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is to discharge certain debts to provide a fresh start to honest individuals. The Bankruptcy Code permits the debtor to keep certain "exempt" property, however all non-exempt assets are liquidated; the proceeds of which pay creditors. Sometimes a debtor’s property may be subject to liens that guarantees the property to other creditors. Accordingly, debtors should realize that the filing of a petition under Chapter 7 may result in the loss of their property.