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I’d Like to Get Rid of My Student Loan Payments With Bankruptcy. – Nancy

“Dear Steve,

I will never be able to pay my sallie mae student loan because of hardship. I am a single mother of two living check to check. I want to see how I can have my student loan discharged? Can I file bankruptcy myself?

Nancy”

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The Answer

 

Dear Nancy,

It is very difficult to get student loans discharged with bankruptcy. Generally consumers file either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy but discharging student loans in bankruptcy due to hardship requires a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Not for the faint of heart or inexperienced.

So the answer is that it might be possible to eliminate your student loans with a special bankruptcy but it will require special and experienced assistance if you’ve got a shot at it.

Please read this previous question about discharging your student loans with bankruptcy – “I Can’t Pay Sallie Mae – Carlos.”

If you don’t have a local bankruptcy attorney to go to and discuss this with, click here for a free bankruptcy consultation.

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