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will filling bankruptcy affect student loans?
I became disabled,so I did/t pay back my now DEFUNCT college,does filling do anything about federal student loans?

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Usually federal student loans cannot be eliminated with bankruptcy, but there are exceptions to this rule and if you are documented to be disabled, with the right bankruptcy attorney you might be able to eliminate these debts. Be sure to speak to a few bk attorneys to find a good one.

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Also do some research on forgiveness of student loans due to disability.

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My student losans were forgiven due to disability.  There is a form a Dr. must sign and a three year period requiring an annual report on earned income, which they wills end you a report form to fill out.

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