Can Student Loans be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

  Student loan debt is a growing problem in the United States as the cost of higher education and difficulty obtaining employment with a reasonable salary combine to make life difficult for college graduates. As of 2018, American citizens owe over $1.4 trillion dollars in student debt, outpacing the nation’s multi-billion dollar credit card debt. […]

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 […]

Student Loan Relief in Bankruptcy

Will Student Loan Relief Soon Be Available in Bankruptcy Proceedings? John Delaney hopes so.  Not the University of North Florida President, but a US Representative from Maryland by the same name.  Delaney filed a bill (H.R. 499) that would provide student loan relief by removing student loans from the bankruptcy code’s list of non-dischargeable debt […]