I co signed for a loan for my son for collage after 3 years of him paying on time I can be released with his permission

Asked about 1 year ago - Chicago, IL

I can be released with his permission but my son left three years ago to live with his girlfriend and has been very nasty to me and he states the I better pay for his Health Insurance or he will stop paying the loan. The three years will be up in August of 2013
and I knw he will say no. I want to get off without his permission and I am looking for an Attoney to help me in this matter in Chicago and yeas I have been paying for my son's health insurance.Can someone help me

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  1. Judy A. Goldstein

    Contributor Level 20

    Answered . You asked the same question twice.

    Your son is in effect blackmailing you to pay for his health insurance when you should not be responsible for that. if he refuses to allow you to be released from his student loan obligations, and later fails to pay on his loan, the lender may come after you for payment. This you already know. if the lender comes after you for payment because your son has failed to pay, you have a right to seek reimbursement through the court system. Hopefully it will not come to that.

    If you are looking for an attorney to assist you right now, this is not the forum. This is a general legal Q&A form. Look at the top of this page and click on the Find a Lawyer tab. You should be able to find many lawyers in your area who handle this kind of work.

  2. Bruce E. Burdick

    Pro

    Contributor Level 20

    Answered . Duplicate question. See the duplicate answer to the other instance of your duplicate question. Please try not to be so duplicitous. It wastes our time.

    I am not your lawyer and you are not my client. Free advice here is without recourse and any reliance thereupon is... more

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