Jordan L. Rappaport
Jordan Rappaport is a Partner in Rappaport Osborne and Rappaport. He has been representing debtors, creditors and businesses for over 13 years. He is experienced in representing both debtors and creditors in objections to exemptions, §523, §727 and fraudulent transfer complaints and is fully familiar with all types of contested hearings, motions and trials in the bankruptcy field.
He handles all types of bankruptcy proceedings including Chapters 7, 11 and 13, both consumer and business. He has handled appeals to both the District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Jordan has been very successful in utilizing Chapter 13 bankruptcies to save homes from foreclosure, as well as solving difficult and complicated financial issues in a manner not easily accomplished in other forms of bankruptcy. Jordan has lectured before various organizations and professional groups as to his particular insight into ways Chapter 13 can help families save their home and discharge their debts.
The current economic climate has provided Jordan with many new ways to help clients restructure their financial picture. Removing inferior liens such as second mortgages and Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC) and revaluing financed vehicles has allowed Jordan to turnaround the financial picture for many clients.
Mr. Rappaport was recognized by the Florida Supreme Court for Pro Bono work in 2006. Admitted Florida Bar 1997 U.S. District Court, Southern District of FL 1997 U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit 2007