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Is Suicide an Option to Get Out of Student Loan Debt? – Michael

By on July 18, 2012
Is Suicide an Option to Get Out of Student Loan Debt? – Michael

“Dear Steve,

Student loan debt. Suicide as the option to get out. Do not want to work the rest of life thinking about this debt. If I cannot be free, I would prefer to be dead. I am going to die anyway. What possible difference can it make?

I am also in debt on student loans, and have considered suicide. I know it sounds odd, but I have already decided to go through with it. I even have the time and place worked out. I do not want the banks contacting my parents after I am gone. They will have enough to deal with. How can they be notified so that no one contacts my parents?

Michael”

Dear Michael,

If your student loans are government backed there are actually some good programs available to reduce payments and make them more affordable.

If the student loans are private student loans and your parents are the executor of your estate they will most likely be contacted. If your parents guaranteed or co-signed for your student loans they may be held responsible for them even if you are dead.

Before you consider suicide, let’s take a look at your student loan situation and see what options exist.

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2 Comments

  1. Thom Fox

    July 19, 2012 at 8:58 am

    Michael,

    Please contact me and I will do my best to find some options to help you.  My number is 413-241-2362, or 413-330-5254.  

  2. Cortland Saunders

    July 19, 2012 at 8:54 am

    Michael, never seek a permanent solution to a temporary problem.  There IS a light at the end of the tunnel and it’s not a train.  You can get through the challenge of student loans…taking it one step at a time.  It’s not necessarily easy, but it’s very doable.

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