Amy Lipman-White

Amy Lipman-White is an attorney who helps people in financial turmoil.  Amy has been practicing in this area of law for almost 30 years. She also works in the field of bankruptcy as well.  Amy focuses on helping individuals and couples move forward with detailed plans to either get out of debt or curtail incurring additional debt before, during and/or after a divorce.

Amy Lipman-White helps individuals and couples achieve a fresh start in life.  Amy helps protect her client’s interests, to give them peace of mind, during an extremely stressful time especially when debt is involved.  Whether it’s advising about credit cards, mortgages, car loans, personal loans, student loans or negotiating with creditors and stopping harassing calls, or helping to modify mortgage loans, car loans, personal loans, student loans or credit cards loans from adjusting payments, reducing interest rates or creating a new balanced budget for a new life before, during or after a divorce.

Amy joined VESTA because Amy understands that finances and debt play such a strong emotional role when couple divorces and she has seen the toll it takes on clients both mentally and physically.   She sees the stress her clients go through and how it affects all aspects of their lives. She knows she can help make a difference to give her clients a fresh start to a new and happy life.

Amy has been a practicing attorney in the area of financial crisis since 1991.  Amy has a BA in Communications from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA, she obtained her JD from a Suffolk Law School and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1991 and the First Circuit District Court in 1992.  Amy also has her MA Real Estate Brokers License. Amy is part of a Financial Literacy Program teaching inner-city students about Financial Literacy. Amy is a Committee Member of the Bankruptcy Court Pro Bono Initiative. In addition to debt relief. Amy’s background includes working with small and large lending institutions dealing with issues related to real estate, condominium, mortgages, car loans, credit cards, loan modifications and student loans.  This allows Amy a unique insight and a greater understanding of how to negotiate and help her individual clients with debt relief.

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