Monthly Archives: May 2013

Student Loans: Nondischargeability Questioned in Seventh Circuit and Beyond

Conventional wisdom says that it is nearly impossible to obtain a discharge of student loan debt in bankruptcy. Indeed, Section 523(a)(8) expressly excepts student loans from discharge, unless the exception of such indebtedness from discharge would impose an undue hardship … Continue reading

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Stop Mortgage Fraud

Stop Mortgage Fraud 5┬áTips to Avoid Being Scammed Don’t pay up-front fees. Foreclosure consultants are prohibited by law from collecting money before services are performed. Don’t ignore letters from your lender or loan servicer. Responding to those letters is your … Continue reading

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