The Sader Law Firm is pleased to announce James N. Boyce has joined the firm as an associate attorney. He focuses his practice in the area of consumer bankruptcies and represents individuals in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases when they are faced with overwhelming debt, foreclosure proceedings, collections and repossessions of property.
Boyce most recently worked for Legal Aid of Western Missouri, initially in the St. Joseph office, covering 18 counties in the northwestern part of the state. He later transferred to the Kansas City office to work in the Consumer Protection Unit, helping Missourians protect their incomes and assets through bankruptcy.
In more than two years on the job, Boyce helped to update the software for the bankruptcy attorneys at Legal Aid and earned the opportunity to serve as supervising attorney and lead the unit’s effort during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“James is an excellent bankruptcy attorney and a wonderful addition to our firm,” said Neil Sader, principal partner at The Sader Law Firm. “He provides a high level of personalized service and understands the importance of our work for each individual who engages with us on a bankruptcy matter. He is bright and diligent — two outstanding qualities for a bankruptcy attorney.”
A native of Manalapan, New Jersey, Boyce moved to the Midwest and earned both his undergraduate and law degrees from Washington University in St. Louis. During law school, he competed on the National Moot Court team and coached Washington University’s undergraduate mock trial team.
Both of Boyce’s parents are Kansas City natives.