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Bankruptcy Q&A - Can I get rid of my student loans in bankruptcy

Can I get rid of my student loans in bankruptcy?

May 1, 2012

As indicated above, student loans are not dischargeable, unless repayment would impose an undue hardship on the debtor or his or her dependents. This hardship is usually very difficult to prove. There is one form of bankruptcy that may help you to manage your student loan payments in an easier way. You can discuss that with us.

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