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Debora A. Rosman


San Francisco

One Embarcadero Center
Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94111
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Real Estate
B.S., The University of West Los Angeles, Inglewood, California, Paralegal Studies, Certificates in Litigation, Probate Administration, and Estate Planning
California State University-Chico, Chico, California, English Major and Journalism/Communications Minor
California State University, Chico Deans List Honoree (School of Humanities and Fine Arts)
Alumni, University of West Los Angeles School of Paralegal Studies
Alumni of Phi Eta Sigma, Honor Fraternity, Chico Chapter
Alumni of Sigma Kappa Sorority, Chico Chapter

Debora A. Rosman


Debora Rosman is a Paralegal in the Real Estate and Litigation Practice Groups in the San Francisco office. She has extensive trial, post-judgment and homeowner association assessment collection experience. Real estate litigation areas include commercial contracts, corporate, limited liability company and partnership disputes, commercial and mortgage banking, foreclosure, fraud, commercial and residential construction disputes, real estate brokerage disputes, seller and broker misrepresentation and non-disclosure, title insurance, escrow disputes, adjoining landowner and boundary disputes, unlawful detainer, landlord/tenant disputes, Mechanic's Lien and secured creditor's rights.

Debora specializes in collections of all types and conducts background search and investigations of individuals, their business entities and affiliations to locate assets resulting in pre-trial Writs of Attachment encouraging case settlements. Post-Judgment liquidation actions include Sister State Judgments, Writs of Possession (bank account levies), wage garnishment or liquidation through real estate sale or refinance.

Debora is a native Californian and grew up in Cupertino. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, road biking, and socializing with family and friends. Debora is also an active supporter of Lab Rescue.


  • Co-Author and presenter, "The Gamesmanship of Foreclosure"