As way of background;
On February 2nd, 2009, Kelly and Carrie Rogers enter into an agreement with Timothy Woods of Series C, LP to borrow $125,000 to be paid back by May 1, 2009.
Seven days later on February 9th, 2009, Kelly G Rogers acting as President of Land and Minerals Corporation (LMC), signs a joint venture agreement with Bradley Dean to invest $102,000. Dean was due $122,000 by March 20th.
At this point Kelly G Rogers failed to disclose he'd been sued by the SEC and agreed to a $153,000 final settlement. He also failed to disclose he was being sued by multiple investors over other deals.
On February 10th, 2009, Dean wires $102,000 to LMC but Kelly G Rogers calls an audible and immediately wires $193,618 to a bank account for Series C, LP in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Unknown to Dean, from March 13th to April 13, four contractors doing remodeling work on Rogers home file M/L affidavits against the 8 Riva Ridge home for unpaid bills totaling $196,372.
Combine the $196,372 to the $247,000 (Series C + Dean) and Rogers now owes $521,372 by May 1st. Rogers will go one to file personal Chapter 11 on July 27th, 2009.
In the August 3rd, 2009 Section 341 bankruptcy meeting transcript, Kelly G Rogers testified that Carrie owned LMC. The LAST thing he wants is to have LMC ownership be tied to him. He repeats this claim at an August 25th, 2009 deposition, where Kelly testifies that Carrie owns LMC and he was President.
But suddenly, in a May 12th, 2010 motion filed by Kelly (acting as legal representative for his wife Carrie), Carrie swears that she had NEVER had ownership interest in LMC. But the best part; at an April 3rd, 2012 evidentiary hearing, Kelly contradicts his Section 341 and August 25th, 2009 deposition testimony and stated that his wife, Carrie, owned NO interest in LMC and that " the actual ownership of the corporation is in a trust. That trust is managed by Carrie Rogers, my wife."
Bring in Craig M.Price to save the day.
Craig is an aggressive trial lawyer who possesses the rare combination of experience in both criminal and civil cases. His many jury trials have included business disputes, malpractice and personal injury cases as well as felony and misdemeanor criminal cases.
During his two decades of practice, he has recovered for his clients millions of dollars that have been embezzled by former employees, represented businesses in contractual disputes, defended physicians in malpractice actions, settled disputes for numerous family-owned companies, represented clients in software and contract disputes, assisted governmental entities and property owners on condemnation matters, prosecuted and defended deceptive trade practice actions for consumers and business owners, and represented insureds and insurers in disputes over policy coverage and benefits.
He also has handled numerous appeals, and he is an experienced mediator. In his criminal defense work, he has defended clients accused of DWI, family violence, sexual assault and a host of other felony and misdemeanor matters.
Good luck on this one Craig!