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Case No. 17-1360

Kelly Kohrs-Manriques
v.
Tamelia Brown and Lowell Bence

Appellant

Kelly Kohrs-Manriques

Appellees

Tamelia Brown and Lowell Bence

Attorneys for Appellant

Shane Michael

Attorneys for Appellees

Thomas T. Tarbox
Tamelia Brown, pro se

Court of Appeals

Court of Appeals Opinion

Opinion Number:
17-1360
Date Published:
Jan 09, 2019
Summary

            Appeal from the Iowa District Court for Madison County, Bradley McCall, Judge.  AFFIRMED.  Considered by Vogel, P.J., Tabor, J., and Danilson, S.J.  Opinion by Vogel, P.J.  (7 pages)

            Kelly Kohrs-Manriques brought suit against Tamelia Brown, as owner of a tavern, and Lowell Bence, as mortgagor of the property.  Kohrs-Manriques claimed Brown’s transfer of the property to Bence was a fraudulent conveyance, designed to place the property out of her reach as a judgment creditor.  The district court considered the factors of a fraudulent conveyance and found Kohrs-Manriques did not establish, by clear and convincing evidence, the transfer was fraudulent.  OPINION HOLDS: We find the district court applied the correct standard and Kohrs-Manriques had not proved by clear and convincing evidence that a fraudulent conveyance occurred.

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