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Taking Out Student Loans While in Bankruptcy in Georgia


Filing bankruptcy does not prevent you from getting federal student loans or other types of federal financial aid. While some federal loans do require that you have good credit (which may take a little while to build after filing bankruptcy), others don’t depend on creditworthiness. Instead, they look at your financial need based on your current financial situation. You can get a student loan after you file for bankruptcy. Just keep in ming that any loan that is obtained during a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, must be approved by the Trustee. For students who are applying for financial aid you should not have any problem qualifying for aid. If you are in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy and know you will be requesting student loans you need to get your loan information and ask your attorney to file a Motion to Incur Debt (since a student loan is debt!). These motions typically take 45-60 days from filing to having an order entered so get your loan information to your attorney as soon as possible.

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