October 13, 2016 | Can I File Bankruptcy to Rid Myself of Student Loans?
The decision to file bankruptcy shouldn’t be taken lightly. It can have possible negative consequences on your credit, but sometimes, these negative consequences are much less severe than continuing to try and pay your current bills. There are many bills and payments that can make living life nearly impossible for you and your family, but with the rising costs of education, student loans are often the largest monthly bill that needs to be paid. If you’re considering bankruptcy, you’re probably hoping that your massive student loans can be eliminated, but can bankruptcy really get ridREAD MORE
August 17, 2016 | CAN I DISCHARGE MY STUDENT LOANS? WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?
What every student loan borrower, cosigner, and parent needs to know about student loans. Can I discharge my student loans? What are my options? Student loans are being dubbed as the next bubble to burst. According to 2012 reports from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Americans owe between $902 Billion and $1 Trillion in student loan debt. Comparatively, when the bubble burst on the housing market, there was approximately $14 Trillion of outstanding mortgage debt. An important difference to note is that mortgage loan debt is securedREAD MORE