If it prevents you from being employable, you may be eligible to obtain a discharge of your student loan debt in bankruptcy. How your case is presented will be crucial to the decision of the judge that hears this matter. Hope this perspective helps!Ask a similar question
I believe you would have to be totally and permanently disabled in order to get the loans discharged without filing for bankruptcy. Narcolepsy may not be enough. You should consult with a disability attorney and a bankruptcy attorney.
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Financial hardship, the determination a bankruptcy judge must evaluate in order to allow discharge of federal student loans depends on far more than a diagnosis. One important set of facts surrounds how the disability affects ability to work, but even that is only part of the entire picture of your finances.
Outside of bankruptcy there is a debt forgiveness provision for federal loans that should be attempted first. Of course, the strong support of the treating physician is essential.
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