Can I get rid of student loans in bankruptcy?

Can I get rid of student loans in bankruptcy?

Clients come to Geraci Law for multiple reasons.   They want ANSWERS!   They want answers they can rely on.  Geraci Law has over 60 attorneys who understand every aspect of student loans in bankruptcy and how to discharge student loans OUTSIDE of bankruptcy!

How to get rid of student loans OUTSIDE of bankruptcy:  If you are on Social Security Disability, apply for an “administrative discharge”. You will have to show thesGSL Imagee things:

  1. You must have a federally insured student loan. This doesn’t work on private loans or tuition.
  2. You must be on Social Security Disability: permanently disabled for any kind of work
  3. You can’t have any other assets, such as a pension or 401K.

So, you don’t need our help if you are totally disabled, and Social Security says so, and you have no assets.

If you are NOT totally disabled for any kind of work, permanently, you cannot eliminate your student loans in bankruptcy:  you should look at income based repayment, or getting rid of your other debt.  Here’s how:

How to get rid of student loans USING Bankruptcy:  Get rid of the other debt so you can pay down your non-dischargeable student loans!

GSLIt’s very hard to get a discharge of student loans in either Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy.  Almost impossible.  But here’s what Geraci Law did for this client who came in with overwhelming medical bills and student loans.  We filed Chapter 7 to discharge her medical debt and a repossession, so she can now pay her student loans!  She is working, she can’t discharge them, but she got rid of all her debt BUT the student loans. She is making good progress on them now that she has no other debt.  Geraci Law gets a 5 star review!

I went to these attorneys after being Debt with student loans and hospital bills they were there right there by my side. Several times they informed me a what was needed an on the spot at all times I am so pleased with these people I must say thank you thank you and thank you!

If you are working full time, and have debt that is keeping you from paying down your student loans, just dial 1-800-CALL-PFG (800-225-5734) for a free phone mini-consultation,  or log on to infotapes.com to make appointments online 24/7.

Read more at www.bankruptcybookbypeterfrancisgeraci.com

Why is bankruptcy like baseball?

Geraci law knows how you feel when you’re in debt. Studies have shown most folks who would rather talk about their toilet habits or sex life than how much money or debt they have. Does this sound like you? You are 60 years old and live with a lot of economic uncertainty. You and your husband fight about money, often regret the purchases you make, and save nothing for retirement? Worse yet you have little or no pension, and you’re worried about healthcare?Baseball

For sure, you don’t know anything about the law, and you know even less about bankruptcy law. Bankruptcy is the Great American Law. Bankruptcy and baseball both start with the letter B.

Bankruptcy is a lot older than baseball.  The first officially recorded baseball game in U.S. history took place on June 19, 1846, in Hoboken, New Jersey: the “New York Nine” defeated the Knickerbockers, 23–1, in four innings

So you probably know a lot more about baseball than you know about bankruptcy. Bankruptcy and baseball are both good things. Baseball allows you to forget your troubles for 9 innings, and root for your home team. Bankruptcy allows you to get out of debt and get a fresh start so you’re not paying off old debt with money you should be saving for your retirement.

To find out more about bankruptcy and how it can

  • get you out of debt,    FlipBook
  • repay debts with NO interest
  • keep your pension, house, SUV and savings
  • allow you to save money,
  • protect your tax refund,

and more importantly, give you a sense of peace and financial freedom, dial 1 800 Call-PFG (800-225-5734), or visit infotapes.com. You can even read our new flipbook the complete book on bankruptcy by Peter Francis Geraci!

Make an online appointment 24-7 or get a free phone mini-consultation 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.