Daniel R. Gamez


Daniel R. Gamez is an experienced debt settlement attorney licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in California and Texas.

Mr. Gamez received his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. During his tenure he was an advocate for juvenile services in the roles of youth counselor and probation officer. Mr. Gamez participated in the Serious Offender Supervision program having helped a significant number of juveniles avoid long term lockup. It was during this time that he discovered his true passion for helping people. Inspired by his work at TCU Mr. Gamez enrolled at the South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. Following graduation he and his wife Jennifer moved to Southern California.

Mr. Gamez is an experienced litigator. From 2005 until 2011 Mr. Gamez was employed at Pite Duncan, LLP, where he represented several of the nation’s largest mortgage investors (Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Bank of America, GMAC Mortgage, Wells Fargo, and others) with creditor lawsuits, creditor defense litigation, foreclosures and evictions. Having learned the inner workings of the banking industry, Mr. Gamez wanted to help people on a more personal level. As a result, in 2011 Mr. Gamez took a position with McCarthy Law, PLC, where he focused exclusively on debt settlement.

Mr. Gamez is an of counsel debt settlement attorney to the law firm of Ariano & Reppucci, PLLC. He helps individuals and businesses that are struggling with credit card debt, mortgage debt, student loans, medical debt and small business debt. If Mr. Gamez isn’t working, he devotes his time to to wife Jennifer of 17 years and his three children.

Contact information

Phone: (888) 919-5569
Fax: (602) 489-7403
drg@arianoreppucci.com

Practice Areas

Credit Card Debt Settlement
Mortgage Debt Settlement
Student Loan Debt Settlement
Medical Debt Settlement
Small Business Debt Settlement

Education

BS, Texas Christian University
South Texas College of Law

Bar and Court Admissions

California State Bar
Arizona State Bar
Federal Courts in Calfornia
Federal Courts in Texas