business and commercial practice, including business
collections, contracts preparation and litigation, creditor
bankruptcy representation, and representation of lenders
in collection and bankruptcy forums.
Kelly Patrick Albers
graduated from University of Colorado in 1979 with a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Business. Mr. Albers attended
the University of Denver Law School from 1981 - 1984,
and graduated with a J.D. degree in the top 18% of his
class with an emphasis in business law and commercial
transactions. After participating in an internship with
the Birch, Horton Law Firm in Anchorage, Alaska, he
joined the Law Firm of Machol & Machol in Denver,
Colorado, specializing in business, creditor bankruptcy
and collection law. In 1987, he moved to Las Cruces,
New Mexico, where he joined the law firm of Lloyd O.
embarked with the Campbell, Reeves Law Firm in Las Cruces
in December 1988, became a shareholder of the firm in
1994, and has since devoted his practice to commercial
transactions, real estate, banking, governmental procurement,
local government, and bankruptcy law. In this capacity,
he assisted firm clients in their issuance of SEC-registered
securities, obtaining trade-names and marks, and reverse
discrimination suits against federal and state procurement
programs. His representative clients included banks,
such as Wells Fargo and Chase Manhattan, credit unions,
and various New Mexico road and building contractors.
He stayed with that law firm until it closed business
in December 2004.
Beginning January 2005, Mr. Albers opened
The Law Office of Kelly P. Albers,
P.C., where he continues to concentrate his practice
in commercial litigation, creditor bankruptcy, collections,
banking and real estate law. Current representative
clients are Bank of the West, Chase Manhattan Bank,
FirstLight Federal Credit Union, OneSource Federal Credit
Union, and Albertsons Employees Federal Credit Union.
Mr. Albers is licensed
to practice in the courts of the states of Colorado
(1984) and New Mexico (1987), in the Tenth Circuit Court,
and in the federal district courts of Colorado, and
New Mexico, and the Western District of Texas.