Can Student Loans Be Discharged Through Bankruptcy

Student loan debt is a significant burden for millions of Americans across all demographics. The collective student loan debt in the United States crested 1.5 trillion over the last few years with no sign of abating. For an individual or…

Can Student Loans Be Discharged Through Bankruptcy

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Student loan debt is a significant burden for millions of Americans across all demographics. The collective student loan debt in the United States crested 1.5 trillion over the last few years with no sign of abating. For an individual or family, deciding between paying the electric bill or their student loan bill, the guilt and pressure can be crushing. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/can-student-loans-be-discharged-through-bankruptcy

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In this video, we will discuss the possibility of discharging student loan debt through bankruptcy and answer the following questions: How Do I Prove Undue Hardship?, Is Chapter 7 Or Chapter 13 Better For Discharging Student Debt?, How Do I Begin The Process of Getting My Loans Discharged?, Do I Need An Attorney?, and What Happens If My Petition To Discharge My Student Loans Is Denied?

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