PRESS RELEASE: Robert H. Solomon counsels homeowners at the Nassau County Bar Association

On March 5, 2012 Robert H. Solomon counseled homeowners facing foreclosure actions, at the Nassau County Bar Association.  For more information, or to register for the next program please visit Nassau County Bar Association Mortgage Foreclosure Pro Bono Project

About the Pro Bono Project:

Nassau residents caught in the growing mortgage foreclosure crisis can have their questions answered by attorneys at a free clinic sponsored by the Nassau County Bar Association at the NCBA headquarters, 15th and West Streets, Mineola, NY. Attorneys have volunteered to provide one-on-one guidance, advice and direction to any Nassau County homeowner who is concerned about foreclosure matters or is already in the foreclosure process involving property in Nassau County.

Attorneys have volunteered to review individual foreclosure issues with Nassau homeowners, help them sort things out, and give advice or refer them to agencies and programs, right in the same room, that may be able to help. This is not legal representation. The attorneys will help the homeowner find out if indeed, they need a credit counselor or a lawyer, and get them in touch with available resources.

In addition to meeting one-on-one with a volunteer attorney, housing counselors, bankruptcy attorneys and representatives from Nassau/Suffolk Law Services -- which provides free legal services for those who meet certain income guidelines -- are on hand to provide assistance.


About Robert H Solomon:

Robert H. Solomon, PC, received his undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania with honors and his JD degree from Duke University School of Law.  He has built a firm on Long Island, NY of qualified attorneys offering NY bankruptcy assistance since 1982. Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in American Law and Who’s Who in America, Robert H. Solomon and his associates help individuals and businesses with bankruptcy, repossessions, foreclosures, mortgage modifications and debt settlements. For more information, visit