Do I Need an Attorney to File Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Yes. Yes you do, is what anyone who has gone through a bankruptcy with an experienced attorney will tell you. However, the short answer is no. An attorney is not necessary to file a bankruptcy. Although the success rate of bankruptcy cases filed without an attorney is low. A bankruptcy touches every aspect of your financial life. You need to have an experienced team on your side who has been helping clients in Westmoreland, Cambria, Indiana, and Allegheny Counties since 1985.

If you have ever thought about filing, need to file immediately, or just exploring debt relief options and want to know if bankruptcy is an option for you schedule a free personalized debt consultation. “I wish I would have talked with you sooner” is typically what we hear from clients after our first meeting. In an initial consult we are able to lay out your options and allow you to go home, well informed, to make the best decision for your financial future.

Our experienced team can walk you through your debt relief options.  We recognize that no two clients are alike.  We also pride ourself on making sure you understand the process so you can feel comfortable with your decision each step of the way.  

It is important to choose an attorney with experience in debt relief. Experience of the attorney in debt relief and bankruptcy is a must, but you must also feel comfortable with the attorney. We recognize how personal your debt relief questions can be. We pride ourselves on providing quick, compassionate, attentive debt relief services. We offer free weekend and evening bankruptcy consultations in our Johnstown, Latrobe, and Greensburg Offices. As members of your community, we are focused on providing the highest levels of legal services.