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January 2020 Archives

Student loan debt discharged in bankruptcy case

Many people in Tennessee and across the country struggle with massive amounts of student loan debt. Historically, there have long been serious difficulties in discharging this debt in bankruptcy, even as the process can work effectively to handle other forms of unrepayable debt. One recent case of a law graduate, however, may indicate changing perspectives on how student loan debt can be assessed during bankruptcy proceedings.

Get a handle on your holiday debt now

The holiday season is behind you, but you might still have to take care of one aspect of the season – credit card bills. This can be a challenging situation, and it might even be overwhelming. Determining how to pay these off requires a plan, so you need to try to get things together now.

The potential aftermath of a Chapter 7 case

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy may help Tennessee residents and others eliminate some or all of their debts. However, some debts such as payroll taxes owed or back child support cannot be eliminated in a Chapter 7 filing. It is also unlikely that student loan debts will be discharged in such a proceeding unless a judge finds that doing so would constitute an undue hardship.

December gifts turn into January debt

Tennessee residents who went into debt this holiday season were not alone. According to the National Retail Federation, Americans spent an average of over $1,000 each to buy gifts for their friends and family this year. That amount of money isn't in most people's bank accounts. Studies claim that 60% of Americans have less than $1,000 saved in the bank.

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