They All Want to Make It Impossible to Ditch Your Student Loans
so I DO want to encourage you to try.
This isn’t debt law, where if you have a little guidance and some nerve you have a really great chance of winning – if that’s what you’ve got, we can definitely help. But bankruptcy and student loan debts are different.
Part of the confusion is caused by courts applying different standards and being extremely “judgmental” and harsh. Thus people will find this book helpful in structuring their lives to avoid some of the harshness of the courts. You may, if possible, want to seek a more favorable jurisdiction, and there are certain things you can do to improve your odds in any jurisdiction you’re in. This book will show you that.
The page counter shows a huge number of pages, but it isn’t nearly as bad as that. It’s bad enough though! The book is a little over 100 pages that you should read, and then you should read the section of cases in the appendix that applies to your jurisdiction. If you have particular issues mentioned in the appendix – most notably money “mistakes” of various types, you’ll want to read those pages too.
Your Legal Leg Up does not specialize in helping people with student loans, and membership with us would definitely NOT be better than hiring a really good bankruptcy lawyer. On the other hand, these materials should help you find and understand your lawyer, and our membership offers much more of that as well. If you have to go it “pro se,” you could find help from our materials. But in student loans and bankruptcy discharge, there’s really no substitute for a good lawyer if you can possibly afford it. And the stakes involved strongly suggest you try really hard to get one.
Please visit our site for more information: https://yourlegallegup.com/ We help people protect their rights from debt collectors and creditors at the negotiation, litigation, and credit repair stages. We can help you if debt collectors are bothering you. Our interest in student loans comes from our realization that so often people have more than one issue they could use help with, and getting good information on student loans is not easy.
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