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Kevin Scott Neiman

Kevin Scott Neiman

Law Offices of Kevin S. Neiman, pc
  • Bankruptcy, Business Law
  • Colorado, Florida
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With over 18 years of experience, Kevin S. Neiman has helped countless clients in state and federal courts. Providing exceptional client service and representing clients with superior professionalism are primary goals of Mr. Neiman. His experiences have shaped him into a strong advocate and strategist for all his clients, no matter how complicated the case is. He strives to be the consummate professional and a responsible civic caretaker. Specializing in practice areas arising out of distressed situations such as personal or business financial problems and commercial disputes, his mission is to assist clients achieve their goals in a professional, efficient and effective manner.

Practice Areas
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Colorado
Florida
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Law Offices of Kevin S. Neiman, pc
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Attorney
Horowitz & Burnett, P.C.
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Attorney
Law Offices of Kevin S. Neiman, LLC
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Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP
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Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
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Coll Davidson Carter Smith Salter & Barkett P.A.
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Education
University of Miami School of Law
J.D. (1996) | Law
Awards
Donald E. Cordova Distinguished Service Award
Faculty of Federal Advocates
Professional Associations
American Bankruptcy Institute
Member
Current
Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program
Member
Current
Colorado Bar Association
Member
Current
Denver Bar Association
Member
Current
Faculty of Federal Advocates
Member
Current
Rotary Club of Denver
Member
Current
Southern District of Florida Bankruptcy Bar Association
Member
Current
Florida State Bar # 95079
Member
- Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
9 Things You Need to Know When Filing for Bankruptcy
Avvo.com
Speaking Engagements
The Annual Bankruptcy Update, Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys' Annual CLE Weekend, Colorado
The Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys, Inc.
Certifications
Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program
Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program
Websites & Blogs
Website
Blog
Insurance Carriers: Key Players in a Bankruptcy Case
Blog
Do Creditors Have the Ability to Force a Business into Bankruptcy?
Blog
Key Measures to Prevent Bankruptcy
Blog
How Many Types of Bankruptcy Are There?
Legal Answers
21 Questions Answered

Q. How long does it take for creditors to take your car during a chapter 7?
A: You may keep certain secured debts such as your car by reaffirming those debts. Reaffirmation agreements can be set aside during the earlier of 60 days after the agreement is filed with the Court or upon the Court’s issuance of an Order of Discharge.
Q. Should I sue a seller for pushing back a legal contract to sell while in bankruptcy?
A: Your recourse depends on the consequences of the failure to close, though since that failure would be a breach of contract, you would be entitled to something.
Q. How do you get title on chap 7 vehicle that payment was not made to bank but car was kept?
A: If you want the title to the car, you can try to work out a deal with the lender. You may get it for less than you owe.
Q. What if i fall behind on my secured debts before my plan is completed, but have it caught up.before the end of 5 years.
A: Although you don’t have to pay off secured debts before the trustee distributes part of your plan payments to other creditors, you must pay them off before you receive your discharge.
Q. If I file for bankruptcy in Colorado, will I lose my house?
A: As long as your equity in the home is fully exempt, in most cases, you will not lose it during your bankruptcy case. You will still be able to keep the home, even if your property is not fully exempt if you pay its non-exempt value to creditors in chapter 13. However, some of your creditors may have a “security interest” in your home. This means that you gave that creditor a mortgage on the home. Bankruptcy does not make these security interests go away. If you don’t make the payments on that debt, the creditor may be able to take and sell the home, during or after the bankruptcy case.
Q. My businesses creditors threatened to file for an involuntary bankruptcy. What on earth is that, or was it just a
A: Involuntary bankruptcy is a legal filing by creditors, petitioning that the debtor is thrown into bankruptcy against his or her will. There are three basic requirements for involuntary bankruptcy. If the debtor has more than 12 creditors, it takes three creditors to file. First, the debtor must be either a commercial entity or an individual (who is not a farmer). Generally, involuntary bankruptcy may not be filed against not for profit organizations. Second, the debt of the petitioning creditor must not be contingent or disputed. The third requirement of an involuntary filing is that the debtor must not be paying the debts as they come due.
Q. What if i fall behind on my secured debts before my plan is completed, but have it caught up.before the end of 5 years.
A: If you miss a payment, then you’ve got to make up that payment at some point. And if you miss too many payments, then the Trustee will seek to dismiss your case.
Q. My bankruptcy was let go due to lack of payment. Can I file again?
A: If you were in a Chapter 13 case that was dismissed before you received a discharge, you would be free to refile immediately. If you haven’t fully recovered financially from the circumstances that caused your Chapter 13 to be dismissed, then you may want to consider filing a Chapter 7 case. You would be eligible for a Chapter 7 discharge even if you filed right after your Chapter 13 was dismissed.
Q. What property can you leave out of a bankruptcy?
A: The simple answer to whether one can leave an asset out of the bankruptcy is: no, you can’t. When filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition, you must include all of your assets, debts, and income. But this does not mean that you will lose assets simply because they are listed in your bankruptcy petition.
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999 18th Street, Suite 1230 S
Denver, CO 80203
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Telephone: (303) 996-8637