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  • Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project

    The National Consumer Law Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project is a resource for borrowers, their families, and advocates representing student loan borrowers. Click for information about repayment, collections, bankruptcy and cancellation of debt. Content Detail

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    National Consumer Law Center
  • The For-Profit Schools Project of New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG)

    The For-Profit Schools Project (FPSP) investigates for-profit post-secondary schools, which make money from government-guaranteed student loans yet offer little to their students but crushing debt. Our attorneys have spoken with many people who have their federal income tax refunds seized and who are hounded by debt collectors over student loans, yet are unable to find a job in the field in which they studied. We are exploring ways to improve the oversight of for-profit schools and to provide systemic relief from student loan debts for former students. Click to contact NYLAG’s For-Profit Schools Project and get helpful information. Content Detail

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    New York Legal Assistance Group: For-Profit Schools Project

I cannot afford my payments (3)+

  • Student Debt Repayment Assistant

    Do you have loans and are not sure what your options are to repay them? Use this guide to learn about all of the options and resources you have available. Content Detail

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    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Default and Delinquency

    Learn what you can do if you find yourself unable to pay your student loans. Content Detail

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    Student Loan Borrower Assistance
  • Repayment options

    With this interactive resource, you can find out the best ways to pay your student loans based on basic information about your life. Content Detail

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    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

I need help deciding if bankruptcy is right for me (2)+

  • Student loans and bankruptcy

    Student loans are not usually discharged in bankruptcy. It is difficult, but not impossible, to do so if you can show that payment of the debt will impose an undue hardship on you and your dependents. Learn about tips and information on how you may be able to discharge student loans in a bankruptcy. Content Detail

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    Student Loan Borrower Assistance
  • Student Loans in Bankruptcy

    The City Bar Justice Center’s Consumer Bankruptcy Project has produced two videos covering this topic, thanks to the generous support of the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation. The first video, Gathering Student Loan Information, explains how you can find out what your outstanding debts are. The second video, Discharging Student Loans in Bankruptcy, covers the qualifications your case must meet in order for your student loans to be discharged. Read More

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    City Bar Justice Center

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