Kristin, was given birth to and bred in Mira Mesa. She is a native of San Diego. Earlier Kristin relocated from San Diego to school at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). At UCLA, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. Upon her graduation from the university Kristin went back home to San Diego… but didn’t stay long.
At a young age, Kristin was convinced that she wanted a career path of a lawyer. The reason was to assist in protecting the rights of the less privileged and unsecured citizens in the society.
When she was admitted to read law at the Brooklyn Law School in New York, Kristin and three of her friends packed their properties in a mobile truck and relocated east.
Prior to law school, Kristin used two years in New York. She worked in the area of corporate bankruptcy, concentrating on Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Because of her passion for bankruptcy, she kept her job in corporate bankruptcy for the rest of her time in law school.
Upon graduation from Brooklyn Law School, Kristin got a job offer from a large Park Avenue bankruptcy law firm. Though Kristin loved the area of corporate bankruptcy, she felt dissociated from the people she initially hoped to assist, i.e. the consumer, individuals and families.
In 2008 Ms Lamar went back to her home in Diego and started assisting persons and families who need a new start and relief from their debts. Upon her return to San Diego, she has handled more than 1000 consumer bankruptcy cases, and both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.
Ms Lamar has a straight to the point demeanor. She has the passion and aggressiveness to fight for the interest of her clients and this has made her well known and well respected by the local Bankruptcy Judges and Trustees. Ms Lamar is actively licensed to practice law in the states of California and New York.
Ms Lamar is admitted to appear as an attorney in proceedings brought before the United States District Courts in Southern and Central Districts of California, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
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