Monthly Archives: October 2016


27

Oct 2016

Discharging Student Debt Through Bankruptcy

Generally, even in bankruptcy proceedings, a student debt cannot be discharged. There is, however, one exception for those who can prove that repaying a student loan would cause undue hardship. Owing student debt can be overwhelming and stressful, so if you are looking for ways to restructure your payment plan or to get out of debt entirely, it is important to retain the services of...

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25

Oct 2016

Creating a Special Needs Trust

In Florida, it is possible to create what is commonly referred to as a special needs trust for disabled relatives. These trusts allow beneficiaries to retain their eligibility to receive government benefits, including Medicaid and Social Security, while not being forced to give up their inheritance. If you have questions or concerns about setting up a special needs trust for your own loved one, it...

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07

Oct 2016

What Happens If I Default on My Florida Student Loan?

With Florida college students returning to classes for the fall semester, graduating seniors will soon face the burden of needing to repay their student loans. For many soon-to-be-graduates, a weak job market will leave them unable to make potentially crippling monthly payments. Within a few years of graduating, these same students may face the prospect of considering bankruptcy protection. How Florida Student Debt Compares to the...

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