Can I discharge student loans?

Most bills, including student loans, will be discharged by a Chapter 13 bankruptcy (wage earner plan where you pay your bills.)

In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, not all bills can be discharged. Unfortunately, a student loan is one of the few types of debts that cannot be discharged by a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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