They are difficult to get rid of, but not impossible.

It is possible to get rid of student loans in a bankruptcy, however it is very difficult. You have to demonstrate a special level of hardship that is beyond the normal standard for bankruptcy. Even if we cannot discharge the student loans in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it is still possible to force your student loans into a repayment plan or into a long term deferral with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Contact us now to find out how we can help you with your student loans.

“How a 29-year old student loan ended in an arrest” – CBS Money Watch

U.S. Marshals Arrest Houston Man for 1987 Student Loan Debt” –NBC News

“Why the percentage of past due student loans remains stubbornly high” – The Washington Post

“Guy arrested during student-debt collection has to reimburse US Marshals $1,200 for his arrest” –Business Insider