Posted on Mar 25, 2019

Manning & Mouratides, P.C.

Although student loans are generally not dischargeable in bankruptcy, there are a few exceptions. Are you unable to maintain a minimal standard of living for yourself if forced to repay the loans? Will your state of affairs be likely to persist for a significant portion of the repayment period of the student loans? Have you made good faith efforts to repay the loans? If your answer to all three questions is yes, you might qualify for discharge of your student loan debts. Most commonly we see this situation where you've become disabled after taking the loans out, but there may be other qualifying circumstances. Give us a call today and set up a free consultation to see if you can benefit from bankruptcy.
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