Law Office of Stephen J. Palopoli

Law Office of Stephen J. Palopoli

Who We Are

Firm Overview

Take control of your financial future when you come to our law office and debt relief agency in Allentown, Pennsylvania. At the Law Office of Stephen J. Palopoli, we specialize in bankruptcy representation, debt counseling, and creditor negotiations. We examine solutions to credit card debt, taxes, foreclosure, medical bills and all other consumer and business debts. Additionally, we offer unemployment hearing representation for both employers and those seeking benefits.

Stephen J. Palopoli III is a licensed attorney with more than 25 years of experience. He has practiced in the federal and state courts in Eastern Pennsylvania since 1988. He represents all of his clients personally, from the initial consultation through the conclusion of their cases. Let him provide the representation you need to get back on track toward a more promising future.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code.
Main Office
Main Office
1125 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Suite 205
Allentown  PA  18103
Phone
  • 610-391-8839
Websites
Bankruptcy
Exceptional Bankruptcy Representation & Debt Relief
Improve your financial situation with bankruptcy representation and debt relief assistance from the Law Office of Stephen J. Palopoli in Allentown, Pennsylvania. We handle Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, and we explore all applicable non-bankruptcy options. Learn what to expect in legal proceedings such as foreclosures, law suits and garnishments. We offer flexible fee arrangements to get you started on the road to financial recovery as soon as possible.

Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy is often an effective tool for eliminating or restructuring debts in order to provide a fresh start to individuals, families, and businesses. Many people who file bankruptcy retain their homes, automobiles, retirement accounts, and household items, and they still obtain the benefit of a discharge of some or all of their debts. A bankruptcy filing usually stops collection activities including foreclosures, repossessions, lawsuits, garnishments and harrassing letters and phone calls. For married couples we will examine whether both spouses should file a case and, where appropriate, we may recommend the filing by only one spouse.
Some types of debt cannot always be discharged, such as student loans and certain taxes. However, even those debts are often more easily managed with the help of Chapter 13 payment plans. Contrary to popular myth, bankruptcy relief is available to people with homes, cars, businesses and substantial incomes. A thorough, free consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer is a quick, confidential way to learn which options are available and to understand more fully the bankruptcy process.

Stephen J. Palopoli

Stephen J. Palopoli III has practiced law since 1988. He graduated with honors from Temple University in 1985 with a B.A. He went on to receive his law degree from the Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in June 1988. He has been admitted to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Attorney Palopoli has represented debtors, creditors, and trustees in personal and business bankruptcy cases during the course of his career. Following six years working in law firms in 1994 he formed his own practice in the Lehigh Valley. He has also represented corporate, governmental, and nonprofit employers in thousands of unemployment compensation hearings throughout Pennsylvania.

In addition to his law practice, Attorney Palopoli has taught business law, real estate law, criminal law, and corporate law classes at local colleges. He resides in Lehigh County with his wife and two sons.
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