Can I Discharge My Student Loans In Bankruptcy?
Student Loans in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Can I Discharge My Student Loans In Bankruptcy?

Getting rid of student loans in bankruptcy is difficult -- but not always impossible. To succeed, you must convince the court that repaying your student loans would cause you "undue hardship."
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Updated: 2021-01-04
 
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You may have heard that getting rid of student loans in bankruptcy is impossible. That's not true--but it is very difficult. To succeed, you must convince a bankruptcy court that repaying your student loans would cause you "undue hardship."

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