The Supreme Court Denied Forgiveness of My Student Loan. Now What Do I Do?
On June 30, 2023, in a 6-3 ruling, the Supreme Court struck down President Biden’s federal student loan forgiveness plan.
Soon, you will have to start paying your student loans again. Does that mean your hopes have been dashed to get out from under the onerous student loan debt that has been killing you financially? Not at all.
There is good news. Keep reading.
Processes May Provide Relief from Student Loan Debt
In days of yore, you were told that your student loans were unlikely to be discharged in bankruptcy unless you were permanently, completely, and irretrievably incapacitated.
Now, the Department of Justice and the Department of Education have changed the rules of the game. Under certain less onerous circumstances than in the past, you can get your loan discharged or modified in a bankruptcy proceeding or even have your payment modified outside of bankruptcy. There is now, even after today’s ruling, a process for providing you relief.
Julianne Frank, Esq. has proprietary tools that enable her to quickly analyze your student loan’s dischargeability (forgiveness ). The process is easy and inexpensive.
If you are burdened by student loans, call Julianne Frank, Esq. at (561) 220-2528 or contact her online immediately. She serves the people of Jupiter.