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I’m Disabled and Having My SSI Garnished for Student Loans. What Can I Do?

By on July 29, 2015

Question:

Dear Steve,

In my 3rd year of college, Dec. 1988, I was involved in an auto accident with a semi. My head hit the steering wheel with force and I have CNS damage and lesions on my brain. I went right back to school and failed class after class. I did not have continuous memory for 6 months. I have been on SSI ever since. I am hounded by student loans and they took my Social Security back pay which I need to move back home where I can afford to live.

Isn’t there some way to discharge those loans which I have no hope to pay and have never profited from? Isn’t there anyone who will help? Politicians won’t reply. I need to file bankruptcy but cannot afford it.

Ron

Answer:

Dear Ron,

If your Social Security benefits were seized then this tells me these are federal student loans. And since you qualify for SSI it would seem you already have a disability determination. So the most likely solution would be a Total and Permanent Disability Discharge. It would be free to pursue. Click here for details.

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One Comment

  1. Steve Rhode

    July 29, 2015 at 11:10 am

    Ron, just answered your question.

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