Norma represents debtors and creditors in both business and consumer bankruptcy cases. A native New Yorker, she went to college and law school in New York City and graduated from N.Y.U. School of Law in 1987. Right out of law school, she joined the bankruptcy division of the U.S. Department of Justice responsible for administering bankruptcy cases (the U.S. Trustee's Office) and worked in their New Jersey and Manhattan offices. She later clerked for a bankruptcy judge in Manhattan before joining her father's law practice in 1998.
Norma believes that her combination of experience gives her a broad and creative perspective on solving bankruptcy legal issues and successfully manuevering through the bankruptcy process.
New York, 1988
New Jersey, 1994
New York University School of Law, J.D. (1987)
City College of New York, B.A.
Major: International Relations
Major: Urban Legal Studies
Professional Associations & Memberships
N.Y.S. Bar Association, Business Law Section, Exec. Committee Member; Member of Sub-Committee on Bankruptcy
P.R. Bar Assocation, Director