Bankruptcy Attorneys For Discharging Debts — Serving The Lehigh Valley, The Poconos And Beyond

It's not uncommon to have questions about discharging debts in bankruptcy. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy and are burdened by overwhelming debts, you should talk with Rapa Law Office, P.C. We are here to help you get the information you need to make a smart decision for you and your family.

At Rapa Law Office, P.C., we represent individuals in consumer bankruptcy matters throughout Lehighton and the surrounding Pennsylvania areas. Attorney Jason M. Rapa leads our bankruptcy practice and has helped thousands of individuals get the debt relief they need to start fresh.

What Debts Are Dischargeable In Bankruptcy?

At Rapa Law Office, P.C., we go over all the facts about bankruptcy, including information about:

  • Dischargeable debts: Debts that usually can be discharged in consumer bankruptcy include medical debt, credit card debt, personal loans and utility bills.
  • Nondischargeable debts: Debts that typically cannot be discharged in bankruptcy include domestic support obligations, some tax obligations and student loan debts.

Work With An Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer At Rapa Law Office, P.C.

It is important you are represented by someone who understands bankruptcy laws, how a bankruptcy discharge will help your situation and common things to avoid before bankruptcy. At Rapa Law Office, P.C., we have a lengthy and proven track record helping clients of all backgrounds achieve debt relief through bankruptcy. It is not something to be ashamed of, it is a way to help you get back on your feet.

Contact Us To Schedule Your Free Consultation

We do not charge for initial consultations, and we are happy to schedule appointments to meet your convenience. Call 610-377-7730 or 800-822-1066 to schedule an appointment, or you can contact us online. With offices in Lehighton and Allentown, we serve clients throughout the surrounding Pennsylvania areas.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.