Today we conclude our series on Student Loans, written by Sader Law Firm attorney Megan Dennis.
PART 3: LOAN FORGIVENESS, CANCELLATION, AND DISCHARGE
In certain instances, student loans can be forgiven, cancelled, or discharged. Examples include: total and permanent disability discharge, death discharge, closed school discharge, teacher loan forgiveness, public service loan forgiveness, or discharge through bankruptcy. If you are interested in learning more about student loan discharge through bankruptcy, contact one of our attorneys for a free telephone consultation today at (816) 281-6349.
For more in depth information online, the Office of the U.S. Department of Education has a lot of helpful information available. You can visit their website at http://studentaid.ed.gov/repay-loans/.