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Dead Son’s Student Loans Still Haunt Father

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by Marian Wang ProPublica It’s been four long years for Francisco Reynoso. The California gardener whose son died in a car accident in 2008 left him buried in grief u2014 and in student debt. At last, the bereaved father is getting some resolution. As ProPublica reported in June, Reynoso was saddled with six figures in student loans that he had ... Read More »

My Student Loans Were Discharged in Bankruptcy But They Are Trying to Collect

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“Dear Steve, My chapter 7 was discharged in 2002 wherein I listed all student loans and creditors. No one showed up. No one filed an adversarial proceeding. Then 3-1/2 months later I received a call wherein there told me I had to repay these loans and had me sign a FFELP Fed Consolidation Loan and Prom Note application. I now ... Read More »

Bankruptcy Attorneys Report Major Problems Brewing for Holders of Student Loan Debt

The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys conducted a survey of its members. Of the 860 bankruptcy attorneys that participated in the survey, 81 percent said potential clients with student loan debt have increased “significantly” or “somewhat” in the last three-four years. Nearly two out of five of bankruptcy attorneys (39 percent) have seen potential student loan client cases jump ... Read More »

Can I bankrupt the judgement on my student loan that was obtained prior to the 2005 student law changes?

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I got a student loan in 1996. I failed out of my school shortly thereafter, but quickly transferred to a new school and continued my education. I was then re-accepted back into the first school and failed out again, finishing my degree in the second school. So, I got my degree, and it was a fight. I made some payments ... Read More »

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