Kate Leason

Attorney- Foreclosure

Phone: 303.991.2034
Kate began her career as a paralegal in a collection law firm and has more than ten years of experience in collection litigation as an attorney and a paralegal. After graduating from law school, she put her knack for teaching to use as a law librarian and adjunct professor. Being able to explain the legal process to clients and consumers has made her an effective advocate and negotiator. Kate now focuses solely on foreclosure litigation and has a high success rate of resolution.

Education:
Bachelor of Arts, University of Central Florida – 1987
Master of Library Science, University of South Florida – 2003
Juris Doctorate, Barry University, Dwayne O’ Andreas School of Law – 2008

Professional Organizations:
Colorado Bar Association – Since 2017
Denver Bar Association – Since 2017
American Association of Law Libraries – Since 2009

Upcoming Speaking Engagements:

2022

02/03 – Collections, Receiverships, and Foreclosures—What’s the Difference and Why Do We Care?

Recent Publications by Kate Leason

Foreclosures—Why Do They Take So Long?

Foreclosure is generally a last resort to collect delinquent balances, and boards understandably have many questions about the process.  The purpose of this article is to explain and answer questions about why foreclosures take a long time to complete. To understand why foreclosures take so long to complete, you first need to know the basicGo to Resource

A REGISTERED AGENT DOES WHAT?

It’s so easy to update the registered agent with the Secretary of State, and many associations do it on a dime.  But are you aware of what the registered agent does? The registered agent is the individual or business responsible for accepting service of process for an entity, which means it accepts service of aGo to Resource

The business of collecting outstanding HOA dues is often fraught with roadblocks. Payment promises are routinely broken, checks bounce, debtors are self-employed or frequently change jobs making wage garnishments ineffective, and bank garnishments often yield pennies on the dollar compared to the cost of issuance and service of the writ.  If you are a boardGo to Article

Judicial Foreclosure – a 10,000 foot overview

Kate was recently featured in Common Interests Vol. 38 No. 1, a bimonthly publication of CAI’s Rocky Mountain Chapter, in an article titled “Judicial Foreclosure – a 10,000 foot overview,” published on CAI-RMC’s website: www.cai-rmc.org/Magazine.
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