Florence Student Loan Debt Attorney

Soaring education costs and an increasingly competitive job market can make it extremely difficult for recent college graduates to repay their student loans. Even people who have been in the workforce for several years can find student loan payments a burden if they lose their jobs or experience some other type of life-changing event.

Many of these people consider bankruptcy as a way to eliminate their student loan debt. If your student loans are the sole reason for your financial hardship, it is important that you seek the advice of a reliable attorney before you make any final decisions about how to resolve it. At the law office of attorney L. Craig Kendrick, we represent clients throughout Northern Kentucky in all aspects of bankruptcy law.

Understanding Bankruptcy And Student Loans

Under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, student loans are not able to be discharged unless extreme hardship can be shown. The standard for extreme hardship is very high, and a compelling argument needs to be made for the action to be successful. We will examine your case and give you an honest assessment regarding the viability of the claim.

If your case is not a good candidate for a hardship claim, we may be able to help you eliminate other debts through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. We will conduct a thorough review of your financial situation to determine if a bankruptcy filing could provide the relief you need to keep up with your loan payments. If so, we will explain your options and work with you to implement the most effective plan to accommodate your needs.

Talk To A Qualified Lawyer About Your Debt Relief Needs

If you are experiencing financial difficulty due to student loan obligations, contact our office in Florence, Kentucky, to learn more about how we can help you. Schedule a free initial consultation with Mr. Kendrick by calling 859-795-4407 or toll free at 888-856-8043. You can also reach us via email.

We are a Debt Relief Agency. We help people file for Bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.