Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy discharge a number of debts, including credit card debts, mortgages, car payments, and many other debts. However, not all debts can be discharged through the process of Milwaukee bankruptcy.
This video provides an overview on situations in which a student loan may be discharged through bankruptcy. As with child support, alimony, and back-due taxes, student loans are nearly impossible to discharge through bankruptcy. However, a student loan that comes from a private lender, such as a bank or credit union, may be an exception. Learn more in this full clip.
Attorney Michael Burr is an excellent resource, not just for bankruptcy cases but for debt relief in general. If you’ve found yourself overwhelmed by student debt or can’t keep up with other bills because of your student loans, Attorney Burr may have some great advice to offer.
Find out if filing for bankruptcy is the best option for your financial situation by contacting the Milwaukee bankruptcy attorney team at Burr Law Office at (262) 827-0375.