Bankruptcy And Student Loans

Florida Student Loans Attorney

Many people rely on student loans to help them get through school, counting on the better-paying job their degree will produce to repay the debt. By the end of a college career, student loans can run into the tens of thousands of dollars. So what happens when your student loan payments start and you aren't making the money you expected? Many people consider filing for bankruptcy, but this solution is only viable for certain people.

Under federal law, student loans cannot be discharged through bankruptcy. If you need debt relief and student loans are a large part of your financial burden, it is important to consider whether obtaining relief from your dischargeable debts will put you in the right position to repay your student loans.

Working To Find The Right Solution For You

Just because your debt can't be discharged in bankruptcy doesn't mean there is no possibility for relief. The Tampa nondischargeable debt lawyers at the law firm of Buddy D. Ford, P.A., have worked with many clients who were having trouble keeping up with their student loan payments.

In some cases, a Chapter 11 debt reorganization can provide the relief you need to get control of your finances. Otherwise, we may be able to recommend some bankruptcy alternatives, such as debt consolidation or other solutions. It is our commitment to do everything we can to find a debt relief solution that works for you.

Call For A Consultation

Contact our office today to learn more about our bankruptcy services and how we can help you. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 813-302-1258, toll free at 866-596-9247 or via email.