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Got Student Loans. Got Cancer. Can’t Make Payments.

“Dear Steve,

10+plus years of student loans
Bachelors and Masters Degree
Cancer 2008 – now in remission
Two Kids
Stay at home Mom
No solid work experience

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I have utilized all forbearance and deferments and I am not looking for full time work and there has been no attempt to repay, yet

I want to discharge my debt because I do not see myself returning to work in the next 5 years.

What type of lawyer do I need to locate?
Can I discharge these loans even though I have not attempted to repay them as of yet?”

If you are talking about discharging your student loans then you need to find a bankruptcy attorney with experience in dealing with student loans. It is possible but requires experience. See How to Really Discharge Your Student Loans in Bankruptcy. Many Can But Never Try.

You can click here to find a local bankruptcy attorney that might be able to assist you.

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