Generally speaking, no. In a very small number of cases, people have been able to get rid of their student loans when they demonstrate financial hardship. Getting your student loans discharged due to financial hardship is extremely difficult and some bankruptcy attorneys refuse to take a client who wants to attempt to discharge their student loans.
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