Martin R. Ufford contact information
Since his admission to the Kansas Bar in 1977, Mr. Ufford has represented lenders in negotiating, structuring and collecting loans involving hundreds of millions of dollars. He has represented financial institutions in hundreds of workouts, foreclosures, and all types of bankruptcy proceedings.
He developed the agreements and procedures used by the Farm Credit System Capital Corporation for the purchase of a billion dollars’ worth of non-performing loans.
He has successfully defended several lender liability claims seeking actual damages in the millions of dollars, and has tried, briefed, or argued several reported decisions involving real estate, commercial and bankruptcy law.
Mr. Ufford has been a speaker at numerous seminars sponsored by the Kansas and Wichita Bar Associations, as well as in-house presentations for corporate clients. He has several published articles, including the chapter on Bankruptcy Issues for initial and supplemental volumes of the Kansas Environmental Law Handbook.
He is former general counsel for the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of Wichita and served on the Board of Directors for The Trust Company of Kansas for twenty years.
Martin practices in the areas of Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights, Commercial and Complex Litigation, Estate Planning, Probate, and Real Estate.