Student Loan Debt Lawyer in Cleveland, OH
Need Relief from Student Loan Bills?
Did you know that if you
file for bankruptcy you still have to pay your student loan debt? Student loan payments are
typically among the types of debts you cannot
discharge when you file. However, there may still be a way for some people to have
this debt discharged.
Student debt is a unique, yet very common type of debt, and the laws surrounding
it can be complex. At Knevel Law Co. LPA, our
Cleveland student debt attorneys have over 45 years of combined experience fighting on behalf of our clients
for the relief they want.
If you are overwhelmed with student loan debt, take the time to
speak with our firm. We serve residents of Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Elyria, and Garfield Heights.
How to Declare Bankruptcy on Student Loans
If you are able to prove that the loan payments cause extreme financial
hardship for you and your dependents, the government may forgive the loan.
You would be required to prove to the courts that you are unable to pay
back the student loan.
- To prove financial hardship and file for relief, a debtor must:
- Be physically unable to work
- Be unable to make an income sufficient to make payments
- File a lawsuit against the student loan company
If you are unable to prove undue hardship, you can also include some or
all of your student loans in your Chapter 13 repayment plan.
Whether you are seeking complete loan forgiveness, loan consolidation,
or a student loan grace period, we have the knowledge and resources to
help you make the most informed decisions based on your debt and your
Possible Debt Relief Is Just a Phone Call Away! Call (216) 450-6689 Today.
Knevel Law Co. LPA we help our clients find freedom from student loan debt. Don't be overwhelmed
by the debt you have incurred. Let our firm help you find a solution that
can help you live the life you have always imagined.
Call (216) 450-6689 today if you have student loan debt. We may be able
to help you find relief! Schedule your
free initial consultation at our Cleveland office today.