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Road to Recovery: What to Do if You Are Drowning in Debt


By |February 12th, 2016|Bankruptcy, Default|Comments Off on Road to Recovery: What to Do if You Are Drowning in Debt

How Do I Discharge Student Loans Via Bankruptcy?

By |August 28th, 2015|Bankruptcy|Comments Off on How Do I Discharge Student Loans Via Bankruptcy?

How To Get Student Loan Bankruptcy

We read that student loans are not forgivable in bankruptcy court all the time. That is the truth for 99% of student loan holders who are filing bankruptcy. Bankruptcy courts are not forgiving of student loans.   But there have been cases where the borrowers have shown “undue hardship” in repayment of the loans in severe circumstances. One case was of a man who suffered a brain injury and could not work. He filed bankruptcy and the court found that he was not ever going to be able to pay back the loan, much less be able to support himself. Another case cited was of a homeless woman, well educated, but in a situation where she would not be able to pay back the loan. So, unless you are physically unable to work and can not see a foreseeable future to be able to pay back the loan, it is unwise to file for bankruptcy. […]

By |December 5th, 2013|Bankruptcy|0 Comments

What Are My Chances Of Getting That Student Loan: Credit Criteria

With so many lending companies out there competing for your business, it's easy to fall into a false sense of security about the requirements of getting a loan. Frequently prospective students are inundated with advertisements of money that sound like they’re giving it away for free. If only this were true! Loan candidates should always remember that with few exceptions (like some federal loans); even the least restrictive program will look at that same set of credit criteria for student loans. […]

By |August 29th, 2013|Bankruptcy|0 Comments

Bankrupt Your Student Loans- Book Review

College graduation is a fulfilment in every student’s life. But do you really feel the fulfilment when you know that you have a loan waiting for your payment? Of course everyone will be worried when they know that they owe the bank some money. Along the way, you will be finding ways on how to pay this debt. You will probably end up asking yourself if there’s a way to bankrupt your student loan. Most people tell you that it is impossible to bankrupt student loans. But this book tells you that it is possible to bankrupt student loans. […]

By |July 15th, 2013|Bankruptcy|0 Comments

Credit Score Monitoring For College Students from Equifax

Most people might think the time to start monitoring their credit is after they have established a family and are beginning to think about making major purchases like a home or automobile. However, credit score monitoring for college students is just as important, if not more so, than for older people who are more upwardly mobile. Credit score monitoring from Equifax is one of the best ways for college students to stay on the right track and establish good credit history. […]

By |June 3rd, 2013|Bankruptcy|0 Comments

Student Loan Bankruptcy

Student loans are not typically included in bankruptcy but there are ways to get them included. In this article I will share with you how to get your student loans included in bankruptcy and what the consequence and benefits of going bankrupt are. […]

By |September 8th, 2012|Bankruptcy|0 Comments