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Explore the differences between public and private student loans and how they are treated in collections.
Discover current avenues for student loan relief.
Find out what recent court decisions mean for student loan borrowers.
Get up to speed on the latest actions and talk from the Biden administration.
Government vs. Private Loans
Relief to Borrowers During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Repayment and Forgiveness: The Current Landscape
Disability Discharge and Forgiveness for Borrowers Who Were Defrauded
Case Law Updates: Dischargeability in Bankruptcy; the Brunner Test
Weighing and Pursuing Current Relief Options
What's Next? Reform Efforts and the Biden Administration
RUSS WILKEY is an attorney and president of Wilkey & Wilson PSC in Owensboro Kentucky. Mr. Wilkey practices in the areas of personal injury, bankruptcy, student loans, Social Security disability and workers' compensation. He is a member of Daviess County and Kentucky bar associations, Kentucky Justice Association, National Association of Bankruptcy Trustee and a member of the panel of standing Chapter 7 Trustees for the Western District of Kentucky from 1982 until his resignation in 2019. Mr. Wilkey earned his B.A. degree from Kentucky Wesleyan College and his J.D. degree from Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law.
STEVEN WILSON is an attorney with Wilkey & Wilson PSC in Owensboro Kentucky. Mr. Wilson practices in the areas of bankruptcy, student loans, automobile accidents and injuries, personal injury, Social Security disability and workers' compensation. He is a member of Daviess County and Kentucky bar associations, and Kentucky Association of Justice Area. Mr. Wilson earned his B.A. degree from Transylvania University and his J.D. degree from University of Kentucky College of Law.
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