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Big Case Proving Ability to Discharge Student Loans in Bankruptcy

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Times are changing when it comes to being able to discharge student loans in bankruptcy. And while the road has been paved by a few who have been successful, one 2013 case decided by the U.S. Appeals Court in the Ninth Circuit seems like it gives hope to those who want to discharge their student loans through bankruptcy. The Ninth ... Read More »

Sallie Mae and American Education Services Generate Most Student Loan Complaints

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A report out today from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau outline the major problems facing American’s today when it comes to dealing with private student loans. Not surprisingly, Sallie Mae tops the list of most complained about student loan company, with 46 percent of all private student loan complaints. American Education Services (PHEAA) was a distant second. And while those ... Read More »

Would a Cosigned PHEAA Student Loan Be Forgiven By Disability? – Ron

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“Dear Steve, Is the cosigner responsible for pheaa students loans if death or disability of the student occurs? Ron” Don’t miss our free Get Out of Debt – “How To” Guide Series on a number of topics, for loads of practical advice, tips, and help to beat back debt. – Click Here The Answer Dear Ron, Ultimately you’d have to ... Read More »

Full Time Student, Out of Cash, Wages Being Garnished by AES/PHEAA. Help! – Keith

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“Dear Steve, I have a family of four and spouse who is an fulltime student. Income cut in half because of economy. Sinking fast and have exhausted all savings and 401k trying to stay afloat My wages are being garnished by AES/PHEAA for defaulted student loan. I requested an economic hardship hearing in writing at the end of February. It ... Read More »

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