Kelsey A. Seib
Prior to joining the firm, Kelsey worked for the Law Office of Thomas H. Armstrong, a versatile bankruptcy practice in the Central Valley for 10 years. Kelsey also served as a judicial intern for Magistrate Judge Erica P. Grosjean and clerked for Hammerschmidt Broughton Law Corporation. Kelsey joined Coleman and Horowitt, LLP as a clerk in January 2018 and was promoted to an Associate upon passing the California Bar.
Kelsey works in the firm’s litigation department, handling all aspects of litigation including banking, business, commercial and real estate litigation as well as creditor’s rights representation in bankruptcy and bankruptcy trustee representation. In the Bankruptcy Court, Kelsey has brought motions for relief from stay, motions to dismiss chapter 7 proceedings pursuant to bankruptcy code section 707(b), filed objections to confirmation of chapter 13 and chapter 11 plans and litigated collateral valuation issues. Kelsey has also litigated dischargeability issues.