I am a native of Little Rock, Arkansas. Prior to going to law school, I worked as a... more
I am a native of Little Rock, Arkansas. Prior to going to law school, I worked as a professional musician in New York City for about 25 years. Although being a lawyer is my full time job, I still work on weekends as a church organist and choir master. I find it very gratifying to be able to help people resolve their financial difficulties and save their homes from foreclosure. Unfortunately I ... view profile
I'm originally from Worcester, and have lived in the Boston area for about 25 years.... more
I'm originally from Worcester, and have lived in the Boston area for about 25 years. I originally considered going into software engineering, instead of law, so our office has the latest in hardware and software; for the consumer, this means better, faster and less expensive services.
I've been a practicing attorney for more than 25 years now. I graduated from the New... more
I've been a practicing attorney for more than 25 years now. I graduated from the New England School of Law in Boston with my Juris Doctorcum laudeand went on to receive my Master of Laws and Letters in American banking Law Studies from Boston University School of Law. I worked for the FDIC as thier primary bankruptcy counsel in the New England area for about 6-1/2 years from 1990 to 1996. In 19... view profile
After spending two years practicing bankruptcy law on the side of the banks and... more
After spending two years practicing bankruptcy law on the side of the banks and mortgage lenders, I joined Liss Law, LLC in 2009. I've litigated cases in Massachusetts State Court as well as the United States Bankruptcy Court in Massachusetts.
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