With more than twelve years of experience practicing law, Kevin Soderstrom is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in the State of Nevada and has represented a wide variety of clients ranging from individuals to large, national lending institutions. His current efforts are primarily focused on representing lenders, loan servicers, and trustees in foreclosure-related matters including litigation, evictions, mediations, judicial reviews, and representation of creditors in bankruptcy court.
With regard to civil and commercial litigation, Kevin works to expeditiously obtain favorable results for his clients through early-stage motion practice. This process typically involves review of various documents in order to quickly identify the key issues in the case, preparation of appropriate pleadings, and oral argument in court in support of his clients’ position.
For those matters which do progress to the later stages of the litigation process, Kevin continues to serve his clients’ needs well through the experience he has amassed in drafting and responding to written discovery, taking and defending depositions, conducting legal research, further drafting of pleadings and oral argument, and other litigation-related activities.
Kevin also assists his clients in identifying which matters are most appropriate for resolution through means other than the litigation process and, in cooperation with his clients, works to negotiate appropriate resolutions of those matters.
With regard to mediations, Kevin has represented and worked closely with lenders and loan servicers in hundreds of mediations since the inception of the State of Nevada’s foreclosure mediation program in 2009. He has also been involved in both prosecuting and defending post-mediation judicial review proceedings to continue promoting his clients’ interests in those instances in which an agreement is not achieved at the time of mediation.
Kevin was born and raised in Alberta, Canada. He attended the University of Calgary for his undergraduate studies, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy. He subsequently received his law degree from the University of Alberta in 2005 before taking the Nevada bar exam in 2006.