You can file bankruptcy and have federal student loans discharged, but only if a bankruptcy judge determines you have an "undue hardship" as defined by Congress, according to Educational Credit Management Corporation. Co... More »

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Repairing student loans requires one to determine his or her eligibility to file for bankruptcy. Under normal circumstances, student loans are discharged for those students who have been out for ten years and above. One ... More »

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A student loan is money borrowed specifically for the purposes of paying for education-related expenses. Students use loan money to cover the costs of tuition, fees, books, and room and board. Some students aren't able t... More »

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In order to take the California State Bar exam, first file an Application for Registration as a law student or attorney applicant with the California State Bar's Office of Admissions, according to the State Bar of Califo... More »

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It's important to choose a bankruptcy lawyer who charges appropriate fees, who is a bankruptcy expert current on bankruptcy codes, who does not work for a bankruptcy mill, and with whom you feel comfortable working, advi... More »

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Start a chapter 7 bankruptcy by filing a comprehensive set of completed official forms, known as schedules A through J, and a statement of financial affairs. As shown by Cornell's Legal Information Institute, it's necess... More »

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A person can declare bankruptcy by filing a petition identifying all assets and debts with a bankruptcy court, according to the U.S. Courts. Filing a petition without an attorney is possible, but the process is more diff... More »

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