Law Firm: Law Office of Allan R. Bloomfield
Address: 118-21 Queens Blvd., #617, Forest Hills, New York, 11375

Website: http://www.bloomfieldlaw.com
Phone: 718-544-0500

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Biography:

Attorney engaged in the practice of bankruptcy law as a sole practitioner in Queens, New York, serving clients in the City of New YOrk and Nassau and Suffolk Counties

License:

Admitted to practice in New York
Admitted to practice in the Eastern District of New York
Admitted to practice in the Southern District of New York

Education:

B.A. The Ohio State University
J.D. The Ohio State Unviersity

Awards:

Survivor of Max Gardner's Bankruptcy Boot Camp

Associations:

National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
American Bar Association

Entries by Allan Bloomfield

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Alabama: What You Need to Know

Aside from football, Alabama might best be known for its rich agricultural history, the birth of Booker T. Washington’s “Atlanta compromise” in the civil rights movement, and being a big employer for colleges and the military. The Heart of Dixie grew its economy after World War II to diversify its interests past farming, though per capita […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in New York: What You Need to Know

Last updated March 29, 2017. If you are considering filing for protection under the federal bankruptcy laws, the first thing that should be done is to engage the services of a knowledgeable attorney. This post is a description of things you might want to know about bankruptcy in New York City, as well as the […]

How bankruptcy and debt solutions impact your credit score

When you’re in debt and trying to decide what action to take, you may be concerned about how to protect your credit score. That’s often one of the last barriers to deciding to file for bankruptcy – so how much does bankruptcy affect your score? The answer may surprise you. Bankruptcy certainly does have an […]

Deficiency Judgment: After Foreclosure, Do I Owe Money?

Last updated April 13, 2017. A common misconception among consumers is that after foreclosure they will not owe their mortgage lender. Many homeowners who go through foreclosure are surprised to learn that they still owe money on their house, even though they no longer own it! Most mortgage lenders require borrowers to personally guarantee the […]