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Consolidating student loans bankruptcy

For example, the bankruptcy court might decide your actions are in bad faith if you file bankruptcy only a few months after taking out the loan.

In some cases, you may also be eligible for partial or complete loan forgiveness if you work in public service. However, in an effort to make sure everybody “gets it,” we’ve oversimplified the equation. “Good” debt is “good” because it’s used by appreciating or income-producing assets like a business, real estate, or an education.In that case, depending on your circumstances, you may be allowed to discharge the loan.You’ll need to discuss the issue with your bankruptcy attorney.As we learn about personal finance, writers and experts drive home one point again and again: debt is bad. I don’t like the terms good and bad because it’s hard to call any debt “good.” A debt may not be bad, but it’s never “good.” There’s bad debt, and there’s debt that’s OK to keep around because you’re using it as leverage to build more wealth than you could without it. If held to an answer, I tell most people Which one would you pick? But by paying off your student loans early, you’re choosing investment B.As soon as you make a big loan payment, that cash is gone…you can’t use it for anything else: emergencies, a new home, an investment opportunity, etc.

Because the debt consolidation loan was used to pay off your student loans, the new loan will be considered “educational debt” and fall under the strict bankruptcy rules that state that you can’t discharge educational loans unless you can prove that paying them will cause undue hardship.

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Jun 30, 2017. About 40 percent of borrowers who included student loan debt in their bankruptcy proceedings got some or all of it discharged, according to a study published in the American Bankruptcy Law Journal. But what if you're among the borrowers still on the hook for student loan payments? You may be. 
13-Dec-2018 12:17
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Consolidation to get out of default works well for many borrowers with defaulted loans. After obtaining a consolidation loan, you get a fresh start, becoming eligible for new loans, grants, and even deferments. You will no longer be listed as currently in default on your credit records, and no longer subject to tax intercepts. 
13-Dec-2018 12:20
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Most debtors won't be able to discharge wipe out student loan debt in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. However, if you can prove that repaying your student loans would cause an undue hardship to you, you can get rid of your student loans in bankruptcy. 
13-Dec-2018 12:24
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Jun 18, 2015. student-loan-price-tag If your debt consolidation loan was used to pay off student loans including private loans you may not be allowed to discharge that debt in bankruptcy. Because the debt consolidation loan was used to pay off your student loans, the new loan will be considered “educational debt” and. 
13-Dec-2018 12:29
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Contact your loan servicer if you would like to discuss repayment plan options or change your repayment plan. You can get information about all of the federal student loans you have received and find the loan servicer for. 
13-Dec-2018 12:35
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Jun 30, 2016. Most people think student loans can't be erased in bankruptcy, so they don't try. This belief might explain why only 0.1% of debtors attempted to have their student loans forgiven, or “discharged,” through bankruptcy in 2007, according to a study on. 4 signs you're ready to refinance federal student loans. 
13-Dec-2018 12:38
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May 23, 2017. Under federal law, you have the right to declare bankruptcy relief from your creditors. However, this comes at the cost of hurting your credit for several years. You'll also likely rack up significant legal and court fees along the way. That said, if you're defaulting on debt, then your credit score has already taken. 
13-Dec-2018 12:43
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Apr 28, 2016. There is a lot of confusion around bankruptcy and student loans. Find out how filing bankruptcy affects your debt and how you can get it discharged. 
13-Dec-2018 12:47
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Dec 13, 2017. Consider consolidating your student loans under the Direct Loan government plan. If you took out student loans that were backed by the federal government, consolidating those loans after bankruptcy could be beneficial. Consolidated student loans allow you to make one payment to one lender under one. 
13-Dec-2018 12:51
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