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Student Loan Debt
If you are one of millions of graduates and former students who took out a loan to pay for your education costs – tuition, books and/or housing – then you are already aware of how crippling student loan debt can be. The United States is working its way through a long recession, and not every student who graduated could find work in their field of study. Some students were not able to graduate, due to economic or other reasons. If you find your current income does not cover the cost of your student loan repayment obligations, you are not alone.
Bankruptcy, often considered when someone is in debt over their heads, does not usually discharge student loan debt. In certain instances, student debt can be cancelled, forgiven or discharged by the student loan lender. There is an application process and your application must be approved.
Student debt relief, or forgiveness for student loans may be an option more often that you think. There are factors that affect eligibility for this option: 1. the learning institution closed before you received your degree. 2. you were falsely certified due to identity theft. 3. You have a debilitating disability. There are more qualifying circumstances for student loan forgiveness. Discuss your unique situation with your debt freedom professional and find out if this option fits you.
Debt Freedom Pro will match you to a debt relief professional at no obligation to you, so you can use the initial free consultation to figure out how you can move forward to freedom from your student loan debt. Fill out the form today and get started!
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