Student Loans Discharged Due to Bankruptcy

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To Be Eligible …

In rare cases, borrowers may be eligible to have their student loans discharged due to bankruptcy. You will likely need to prove to a bankruptcy judge that repaying your loans would be an undue hardship. This standard generally requires you to show that there is no likelihood of any future ability to repay. As a result, it can be difficult to discharge federal student loans through bankruptcy—but not impossible.

If you are eligible for this type of discharge, you can have up to 100% of your loan’s amount forgiven. You may also regain eligibility for federal student aid if you previously lost it.

Loans That Qualify
  • Stafford loans
  • Grad PLUS loans
  • Parent PLUS loans
  • Consolidation loans
  • Perkins loans
Next Steps

You must apply for this type of discharge in an adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court, so consult a qualified bankruptcy attorney first. To learn how to go about doing this, look here.

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