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STUDENT LOANS AND BANKRUPTCY

Student loans are difficult, but not impossible, to discharge in bankruptcy. To do so, you must show that payment of the debt “will impose an undue hardship on you and your dependents.”

But hope is not lost. There are bankruptcy options for persons with student debt.

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The law offices of Mitchell Reed Sussman & Associates has over 40 years experience and can assist you with cancellation student loans for borrowers all over the United States. More information about student loan cancellation and release can be obtained by vising the website www.studentdebtcancellation.com or call 800 - 233 - 8521.

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