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Can I Really Eliminate My Culinary School Student Loans in Bankruptcy?

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“Dear Steve, I have a private Sallie Mae student loan I took out back in 2007 to pay for a vocational education in culinary arts from a school called “Kitchen Academy” (I think they got bought out by Le Cordon Bleu and now they go by the latter name) The loan was originally for $16,000. I now owe $27,000 due ... Read More »

Can I Get Rid of My Culinary School Loans in Bankruptcy? – Daniel

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“Dear Steve, I went to a for-profit culinary school in 2003. They did not receive accreditation until 2004. I have been struggling with private loan debt (montly payments upwards of 1,100 per month originally) since. I had them consolidated in 2007 at a 4.5% rate. Given that my school did not receive accreditation until after I completed courses, would I ... Read More »

Sallie Mae Won’t Counter My Settlement Offer. – Lauren

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“Dear Steve, I have Sallie Mae private student loans ($25,000 or so original loan was $11,000 or so) taken out back in 2004 for Culinary School, Have used all deferment and forbearance and have had quite a bit of being unemployed since, but I have a more stable job now and was trying to work everything out — it has ... Read More »

Is My Daughter Liable to Pay Back Student Loans Even if She Quit School? – Bernie

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My daughter a culinary school & quit, twice. In each instance she took out a student loan. Unfortunately the school did not provide the proper cooking equipment in sufficient quantity for her to progress & she quit both times. These occurances took place five years or so ago & she has been enslaved by the bad loans. She can’t get ... Read More »

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