Daniel R. Gamez, an attorney focusing exclusively on debt relief, is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in California and Texas. Daniel is a member of the State Bar of California, State Bar of Texas, San Diego County Bar Association, La Jolla Bar Association, North County Bar Association, San Diego Bankruptcy Forum, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, the Better Business Bureau, Bird Rock Elementary Governance Team, and a number of other business and social networking organizations. To learn more watch the About Debt Relief Attorney Daniel Gamez Video!
Daniel Gamez is a proud graduate of Texas Christian University and received his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. He spent several years serving as an advocate for juvenile services both as a youth counselor and as a probation officer. Through his work with the Serious Offender Supervision program, he successfully rehabilitated a significant number of juveniles by keeping them out of long-term lockup facilities. During this time, he learned his true passion – helping people. Inspired, he enrolled in law school at South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. After passing the bar, Dan and his wife Jennifer moved to Southern California
Daniel has accumulated a wealth of litigation experience. During law school, he clerked with in-house counsel for a major Texas insurance company defending claims ranging from workers’ compensation claims to wrongful death cases. Selected as an intern with the 1st Court of Appeals, Houston, TX after completing just one semester of law school, Daniel wrote a legal memorandum for a three-justice panel and participated in oral argument and post-oral argument deliberations. His memorandum, later published as binding law in Texas State Courts, is a decision often cited on the issue of determining whether non resident defendants are subject to the jurisdiction of Texas courts.
San Diego Debt Lawyer
As a debt relief lawyer, Daniel Gamez found there is no greater satisfaction than seeing clients unburdened by stress and overwhelming anxiety after becoming debt free.
In 2005, Daniel accepted an offer to work at the San Diego law firm of Pite Duncan, LLP. There he represented many of the nation’s leading mortgage investors, lenders and services including Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Bank of America, GMAC Mortgage, Wells Fargo and others. He focused on foreclosures, evictions, creditor lawsuits and creditor defense litigation. After six years at Pite Duncan, where he learned the internal workings of banks, Daniel decided it to was time leverage his experience to make a positive impact on a more personal level. He returned to his passion of helping people in distressed situations. With his many years working from a lender perspective, he brings a unique negotiating advantage to debt settlement for his clients.
In 2011 Daniel took a position at McCarthy Law, PLC where he focused on debt settlement in San Diego. He enjoyed all aspects of the debt settlement process, from the first steps, seeing the sense of relief his clients experience upon retaining him, all the way to sharing the joy and freedom his clients feel when their debt is eliminated.
In the summer of 2013, Daniel Gamez realized his dream of opening his own law practice, The Gamez Law Firm. As a debt relief lawyer in San Diego, Daniel provides services for a variety of clients experiencing all types of debt problems including debt lawsuit defense, credit card debt settlement, student loan debt, second mortgage debt, payday loan debt, medical debt, small business debt, bankruptcy, foreclosures, credit repair, debt collection harassment, bank levies and wage garnishment, short sales, and wrongful repossession. He welcomes the chance to help his clients understand the choices available to them and give them a life free of debt.
Daniel has one other passion – his family. When not working, he devotes his personal time to his wife, Jennifer of 18 years and his three children. In the evenings and on the weekends you will find him with his family on the youth athletic fields, volunteering at his children’s school, visiting local the farmer’s markets and enjoying San Diego’s climate.