Relief From Student Loan Debt

Attending college is an opportunity to obtain education to chase the dream of an aspirational career with more income and satisfaction than could be obtained without a degree.  And, colleges sell that dream.  All colleges, public and private alike, engage in activities to recruit students to attend their college, pay their tuition, and in turn, […]

Court Refuses Request to Discharge Student Loan Debt

Most Florida residents know that Jacksonville, Florida is home to Florida Coastal School of Law, a private law school, and frequent readers of this blog, know that the discharge of student loans in bankruptcy is a hot topic.  Today we’ll be talking about a recent bankruptcy decision that involves them both, Tetzlaff v. Education Credit […]

Updates on Student Loan Debt

Student loan debt remains a huge problem in the United States. It seems like there is a near endless stream of stories coming out about students who are unable to obtain employment at a level that will allow them to make substantial payments towards their student loans.  These students are left with the daunting realization […]

Everest Student Loans Update – Buyer Agrees for $480 Million Debt Forgiveness

As we’ve discussed in earlier posts on Adam Law Group’s bankruptcy blog, Everest student loans are one of the major sources of debt for many Americans and under current law, it is very difficult, though not impossible, to discharge them during bankruptcy. Yet, there is reason to be more optimistic.  The public and legislatures have […]