Principal, Clover Barrett, experience in bankruptcy law started in 1985 when she commenced her legal career as a law clerk to a federal bankruptcy judge. Since launching her firm’s private practice in 1990, she has practiced extensively in bankruptcy.  Since 1985, the year that she also gained admission to the New York Bar, Ms. Barrett has gained in depth knowledge of and experience in bankruptcy law, and has established herself as a proven advocate for clients facing financial difficulties. She has represented hundreds of clients in bankruptcy, protected individuals from harassing creditors, wiped out their credit card debts, and saved their homes from foreclosure and cars from repossessions.  In January of 2012 she was featured as an expert on The Black Enterprise Business Report TV Show.

This savvy attorney, who stays on the cutting edge of the law, knows that there are times when it’s not advantageous to file for bankruptcy. She has rescued clients who filed bankruptcies under the wrong chapter. Clover has helped hundreds of individuals and families achieve debt relief through bankruptcy and understands firsthand how financial worries eat away at people’s lives. Whether it is credit card debt, an out-of-control mortgage, short-term loan issues, she will help you take back control of your finances.  Sensitive to the financial crisis that has unleashed on the nation, Clover Barrett represents our clients with care.

Education

New York Law School, JD, 1985

City University of New York, BA, 1982

Bar Admissions

State of New York, 1985

United States District Court, Southern District of New York, 1991

United States District Court, Eastern District of New York, 1991

2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, 1997