Justin M. Gillman, Esq. has practiced in the area of consumer and small business bankruptcy law, foreclosure prevention and related matters since 1997. He is admitted to the New Jersey and New York State Bars, the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and the United States District Court for the District or New Jersey. Mr. Gillman received his B.A. degree from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut and his J.D. degree from the Marshall-Whythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia. Mr. Gillman serves as a member in the New Jersey Bar Association, Bankruptcy Law Section and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA). He recently presented seminars on Bankruptcy and Foreclosure topics at the Bankruptcy Bench Bar Conference of the New Jersey Bar Association on issues related to the Bankruptcy Code and for the National Business Institute on topics in Residential and Commercial Foreclosure and Bankruptcy. He has appeared on New Jersey Channel 12 News on the subject of consumer mortgage foreclosure and bankruptcy-related issues in residential home development.
- William & Mary Marshall-Wythe School of Law
- J.D. (1997)
- Trinity College
- B.A. (1994)
- Gillman & Gillman, LLC
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- BOOT CAMP: Foreclosure and Loan Workout Procedures, Foreclosure Boot Camp, Princeton, New Jersey
- National Business Institute, Inc.
- This program is intended to review the options available when a client faces mortgage default and guide professionals through the mechanics of options including, loan modifications, short sales, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, and the foreclosure process.
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- New Jersey State Bar Association
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- New Jersey State Bar Association - Bankruptcy Section
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- New Jersey
- 3rd Circuit
- Free Consultation
Free Consultations are offered via Phone or Office Conference for Personal Bankruptcy cases.
- Credit Cards Accepted
Debit Cards are accepted on any case. Credit Cards may be accepted. We cannot accept payments via credit card for attorney’s fees from a client who intends to list such payment of fees on a credit card as a debt in a bankruptcy proceeding.
- Foreclosure Defense