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What Clients Say About Adam Gomerman

I know Adam Gomerman for nearly 20 years and have recommended many clients to him throughout the years. He is very knowledgeable, professional, caring and an all around terrific person. He has tons of experience filing personal bankruptcies and does a great job of putting his clients at ease. I cannot say enough great things about this attorney. To say that Mr. Gomerman is a rare find would be an understatement. He truly cares about his clients and does what he says he will do. His fees are also very reasonable. Just meet this attorney and you will know what I mean!

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Why Choose Us? Adam Gomerman

Bankruptcy, Loan Modification & Foreclosure Attorney

Bankruptcy Help, Loan Modifications, Foreclosure Law, Mortgage Law & more!

We are glad you are here! We hope that this web site will prove to be a valuable tool to gain knowledge about all aspects of consumer credit law.

Our office has over 20 years of experience assisting thousands of Long Islanders get back on their feet financially by using the Federal bankruptcy laws to their advantage. We are highly experienced in all aspects of consumer credit law, including foreclosure defense, mortgage law, foreclosure law, Chapter 13 law, Chapter 7 law, and loan modifications. Our loan modification attorneys have modified hundreds of mortgages in recent years.

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Loan Modification

To put loan modification simply, it is the process of asking your lender to make adjustments to your mortgage in order to avoid defaulting on the loan and going through foreclosure.

 

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Chapter 7 – Straight Bankruptcy



When most people think of bankruptcy, they are thinking of what is called a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The person owing the money, called the “Debtor” submits information to show all assets (what he or she owns) and all liabilities (what he or she owes).

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Chapter 13 – Wage earner Bankruptcy

The Debtor submits information which shows all assets and liabilities. A “Trustee” is appointed to oversee the restructuring of debts. Creditors are paid back in whole or in part as requested by the Debtor and as approved by the court.

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