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Recent Posts in Student Loans Category

Educational Debts that Can Be Discharged in Bankruptcy

AREN'T STUDENT LOANS NOT ABLE TO BE DISCHARGED IN BANKRUPTCY? Student loans are generally difficult to discharge—legally write off—in bankruptcy. Most of the time you have to prove ...
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Discharging Student Loans related to ITT Technical Institute's Closing

In early September, ITT Educational Services announced that it was immediately closing all 136 of its ITT Technical Institute branches nationwide. This included 9 in Southern California. As of late ...
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Your Tax Refund Can Be Taken If You Owe Certain Debts

If you are counting on getting your federal income tax refund this tax season, you can't be so sure that you will if you owe one any of a long list of debts. 100% of your tax refund could be ...
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Special Debt Considerations for California Seniors Contemplating Bankruptcy

In my last blog I talked about how more and more older Americans are in financial distress, and touched on some of the reasons for this. This is certainly true here in California. In my experience ...
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What Does it Take to Discharge a Student Loan in Bankruptcy? The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Just Helped Make it a Bit Easier

It is not easy to write off a student loan in bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Code says it takes an "undue hardship," but does not define what that means. The courts have been trying to figure out what it ...
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Two Types of Debts You May Still Owe After Bankruptcy

Non Dischargeable Debts in Bankruptcy Most debts ARE legally written off ("discharged") in bankruptcy. But let's clear up some likely confusion about certain debts that might not be discharged. There ...
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Bill Collector Says I Can't Eliminate the Debt in Bankruptcy?

Most debts are eliminated when you file a bankruptcy, especially the kind that a bill collector would likely be calling you about. So unless the debt is a student loan, tax, or some other special kind ...
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Using Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Repay Your Student Loans

Student loan repayments can be overwhelming, especially when the monthly payment looks more like a mortgage payment. Many people who are graduating from school are finding themselves with huge student ...
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