Terrie Harman, Attorney
Exeter Phone: 603.431.0666
Main Office: 603.856.8411
Member of the NH Bar Association
And licensed to practice law in Maine
Accepts cases in the following courts:
- First Circuit Court of Appeals
- US District Court, District of NH
- Supreme Court of the US
- NH Supreme Court
- Small Claims Court
Ms. Harman has over thirty years of experience representing consumers and businesses facing serious financial challenges. Ms. Harman’s earliest legal experiences included a clerkship at New Hampshire Legal Assistance and Staff Attorney at Pine Tree Legal Assistance in Bangor, Maine. By virtue of these experiences, her roots are firmly planted in advocacy for individuals and businesses who confront battles with large institutions.
Her areas of expertise include:
- Estate Planning and probate litigation
- Guardianship and contested guardianship litigation
- Probate litigation including trust and will contests
- Mortgage foreclosure avoidance and litigation
- Foreclosure lending claims
- Failure of securitization (of mortgage holders)
- Financial reversal advice and assistance including workout and informal reorganization to avoid bankruptcy
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS audit, offers in compromise and tax litigation).
- Claims against lenders:
Claims of “clogging” – lender refuses to provide mortgage payoff
Claims against lenders for interference with equity right of redemption
- Unfair debt collection
- Consumer credit reporting problems
She is interested in providing representation in the new area of drone matters. Not only is Ms Harman a tireless and passionate advocate, but also she is committed to active participation in her community. She has served on various non-profit boards in the Seacoast New Hampshire area.
She is a former Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee, and has litigated trial and appellate matters to an including the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals and the US Supreme Court. Recently, after a six (6) day jury trial in Federal Court, she obtained a jury verdict against a major bank and its servicer.