BLT (Bankruptcy Lawyer Topics) is a periodic review and comparison of consumer bankruptcy topics being covered on bankruptcy lawyer blogs.
Holding a J.D. and an International Affairs M.A. from Marquette University, Matt Leichter (matt [dot] leichter [at] gmail [dot] com) is an attorney licensed in Wisconsin and New York. He speaks Japanese and focuses on comparative and international law, as well as international business.
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- Have a blog or know a good blog post you think should be included? Or a suggestion for a future BLT theme? Send an e-mail to BLT [at] bankruptcybill [dot] us with the link.
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GENERAL or NON-STATE SPECIFIC
- Proposed Bill Would Change Role of Student Loans in Bankruptcy
- Handling Student Loans Outside of Bankruptcy
- Student Loan Disasters
- The Worst Debt You Can Have: Student Loans: Part I, Part II, and Part III
- What Can I Do about My Student Loans?
- Student Loans: Here’s the Best Way to Pay Them in a Chapter 13 Plan
- Student Loan “Undue Hardship” Must Exist at Time of Filing Bankruptcy Case
- $480,000 Student Loan Debt Disqualifies Applicant From Obtaining License to Practice Law
- More Student Loans, School Expenses Not Discharged in Bankruptcy
- Should You Tap Savings or Borrow for College?
- Student Loans: Paradise for Debt Scavengers
- Will Changes in Student Loan Law Help Me?
- Student Loan Forgiveness, Fact or Fantasy?
- What Is a College Degree Worth to a 45-year-old Woman?
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