Stanley Luongo, Jr. began practicing law in 1988 after graduating from Widener University; his areas of concentration are consumer bankruptcy, estate planning and administration and personal injury.
Mr. Luongo was admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania in 1988 and is admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the United Stated District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Tax Court. He is a member of the Chester County Bar Association and the National Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney Association. Mr. Luongo was voted Top Lawyer 2010 & 2011-Consumer Bankruptcy by Main Line Today magazine. He was also named one of Main Line Today’s Top Lawyers from 2014-2017.
Stan is passionate about helping his clients through difficult times, whether it be a financial crisis, planning your life and legacy, a life changing injury or loss of a loved one.
Mr. Luongo graduated from Villanova University and received his law degree from Widener University. He also earned a Masters Degree in Taxation from Widener University.
Mr. Luongo spent 7 years at Thomson Reuters consulting with small, medium and the world’s largest law firms helping them grow their business and implement information technology solutions. While at Thomson, Stan received the Outstanding Achievement Award two years in a row, President’s Club, Century Club, and highest percent to plan, ranking sixth in the country out of 150 consultants.
Stan is also a managing general partner of Paoli Village Shoppes and was a key member of the team that redeveloped the shopping center that is now considered the “Heart of Paoli” and host to the Paoli Blues Fest. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Paoli Business and Professional Association.
Mr. Luongo is a member of the Chester County Bar Association and the National Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney Association.
Stan resides in Chester County with his wife and 4 children. When not spending time with his family and coaching baseball and basketball, he enjoys golf and softball.
Stan and his wife also spend considerable time volunteering for school and charity fundraiser events. While at Villanova he played Division I baseball and he holds a Second Degree Black Belt in the Korean Martial Art of Tang Soo Do.