At work and at home, I see my job as making sense out of chaos. To do so, one has to understand what is doable and fashion a solution that not only works on paper but in practice. Often, I find fiscal and family issues are intertwined. I find that I can help as I understand many family issues as I have a wife and four kids including red heads plus a dog and a cat. Plus my parents live nearby and I have a brother who seems every year or two to get involved in new business venttures that always somehow have many unexpected complications.
I have helped resolves issues in my community. My house of worship has asked to me several times to resolve apparently unresolvable issues such mediating a heated dispute about the layout of cemetary plots between two grieving families who retained counsel as well as amicably resolve a dispute resulting fron a hotel accepting reservations for its hall on Yom Kippur from both a jewish gay group as well as a traditional Orthodox Jewish Congregation.Using honesty, creativity and empathy mixed with a dash of dry humor, I have found i can help people and corporations to meet and resolve challenges in ones personal and business life.
Licensed since 1987
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Herb is incredibly well versed in the many nuances of Bankruptcy Law, indeed, other attorneys seek his opinion on complex matters. He aggressively represents his clients, always in a professional manner. Those qualities and characteristics have earned him respect from other attorneys and, I believe, the judges. He is an excellent attorney, and I endorse him.
David Nielson Bankruptcy & Debt Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I strongly endorse Herb. I have known Herb for many years and find he does an outstanding job for his clients. I have referred several difficult cases to Herb as he has the patience and creativity to tackle the prickliest of cases and work with the debtor until a feasible and agreeable a solution can be found. A true mensch.
Susan Grossberg Bankruptcy & Debt Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Edward F. Hennessey Scholar||Boston University School of Law||1987|
|law clerk for United States Bankruptcy Judge Harold Lavien||United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts||1987 - 1989|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|American Bankruptcy Institute||member||1990 - Present|
|Boston Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law Section||member||1990 - Present|
|Boston Bar Association publication||In the Age of ECF,Do Debtors Still Need to Sign Bankrutpcy Petitions||1996|
|Boston University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|Brandeis University||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1980|