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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 »

I Can’t Find a Debt Consolidation options for My TERI Student Loans. – Amanda

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“Dear Steve, I have the current dilemma regarding my student loans. When I first went to college I had to get a loan as soon as possible in order to stay in the dorms, so without proper research, I ended up applying for a $40, 000 private loan through Teri. A year later once realty set in my head that ... Read More »

Can I Eliminate and Discharge My Student Loans With Bankruptcy? – Matt

Matt “Dear Steve, In April of 2004 I graduated from college with an associates in applied business. Quickly upon graduation i was startled at what i was expected to pay per month for my recent, what I thought was self improving, endeavor. Stuck with the inability to repay these student loans, I really have no idea on what to do….as ... Read More »

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