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How To Delay Payments On Student Loans

Bankruptcy And Your Student Loan

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In theory, another possible solution to repaying student loans is a discharge in bankruptcy.

We say "in theory" because canceling a student loan in bankruptcy is very difficult. It even involves filing a separate court action in your bankruptcy proceeding.

For more information, contact a bankruptcy attorney. Also see Bankruptcy.

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