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I Filed a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy are My Student Loans Discharged? – TMD

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“Dear Steve, I filed ch 7 in 2011 & was succesful. My student loan was listed under my debts discharged but not in the student loan area. If my student loan debt was discharged as a listing of all of my debt but not under the student loan section of the paperwork should I still have to pay it or ... Read More »

Another Example of Student Loans Discharged in Bankruptcy

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I’ve been writing more about bankruptcy cases that have resulted in student loan discharges, see here. And in doing some more research I came across another case from 2012. In the Northern District of Georgia a consumer was able to get the following loans discharged: Oakland Community College – $754.80 Texas Guarantee Student Loan – $48,135 U.S. Department of Education ... Read More »

How to Really Discharge Your Student Loans in Bankruptcy. Many Can. But Never Try.

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For years we’ve all heard the same message that it’s near darn impossible to discharge student loans in bankruptcy. We’ve heard that the undue hardship standards make it so onerous that expecting a student loan discharge is all but an act of God. But what if that belief was actually more myth than fact? Recently Jason Iuliano, (J.D. Harvard Law ... Read More »

Can I File a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on My Sallie Mae Student Loans? – Stephanie

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“Dear Steve, I have 150K in student loans from Sallie Mae. I borrowed only 100, but 50K is interest. My current loan payment every month is 1000.00 and that is JUST interest. I have called and called them to try and get a lower monthly payment, and the only thing they will do for me is make them interest only ... Read More »

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