Friday, August 12, 2011
FAQ #3: Will bankruptcy hurt my chances of co-signing for my children’s student loans?
For example, a parent may be able to co-sign for Stafford Loans (federally guaranteed student loans) shortly after bankruptcy, but will have difficulty co-signing a PLUS loan if less than 5 years have passed since discharge. These requirements are built into the lending structure for student loans, and reflect the individual requirements for each financing option. In other words, it depends on the loan and you should consult with a college financial aid expert or an attorney.
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