Manage Student Loan Debt
Student loans are often one aspect of a debt crisis. New bankruptcy laws make it harder to discharge student loans through bankruptcy. One exception is where repayment would result in undue hardship to the debtor or the debtor's dependents. Those who are not in bankruptcy or do not qualify for the undue hardship exception may want to consider the government’s new Income-Based Repayment Program (IBR).
- Read about discharging (eliminating) student loan debt through bankruptcy
- Learn about the federal Income-Based Repayment Program (IBR)
If you find yourself in a difficult financial situation, with persistent creditors calling or student loans unpaid, you should learn about all of your options before planning your debt relief. Don't fall prey to creditors or unreliable refinance companies.
Please call our offices to learn all your rights and options regarding student loan debt: (207) 283-3777.
419 Alfred Street
537 Congress Street, Suite 411
- 10/25/12 - Bernard Featherman of Business Today interviews Jim Molleur (Video)
- 03/26/10 - Recent Supreme Court decisions
- 07/15/09 - Long Awaited Help for Federal Student Loan Debtors
- 04/26/06 - "Undue Hardship" Remains Difficult to Prove Regarding Student Loans
- 02/01/06 - "Undue Hardship" is Mitigated by Partner's Income
- 01/24/05 - Discharge of Student Loans
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