My daughter has a student loan that she could not pay because of her medical condition. She is on assistance from the state and has a one year old daughter she barley makes only less than 300 dollars a month on her part-time job.
She was recently served with papers for a law suit from the University. They want to garnish her wages for 250 a month to settle a 6,000 student loan. She does get child support because the father left state and cannot be located. Is there a way to show the court that she is not physically capable or financially capable of paying the debt. If they garnish her wages she will not be able to provide shelter for herself and child.
What can she provide to the court in the way of a finical statement medical condition statement. She has 28 days to respond from last Monday Feb 2, 2009.
Pat”My Daughter Has a Student Loan That She Can't Pay Because of a Medical Condition. - Pat by Steve Rhode