Sue them, you have already taken pitty on them, so if they dont show signs of paying ( take your warning) sue them
No dude you are stuck.
bankruptcies do not wipe out student loans by federal law, unless you can prove extreme inablilty to repay them
No, you can't get out of paying a student loan by filing bankruptcy.
Either pay it off or get the other person to refinance the loan. If they won't or can't, you may be stuck.
Since your ex-fiance cosigned on the loan, they are just as much obligated to the contract as you are. The only way they could get their name "off the loan" was, as you said, for the original borrower to obtain a new loan, in order pay off the original obligation. If this is not possible, then she is locked into the original contract.
Yes, for Breach of contract.
Only by getting the other person to refinance the loan in his/her name only.
No, you would have to redo the loan.
Most Loans Have An Insurance On The Person The Loan Is Made Out To. Check This Out, Get A Copy Of The Contract. If There Is Life Insurance AOn The Person That You Cosigned For, Then The Loan Should Be Paid Off By Insurance On Loan GOOD LUCK
If it's a Parent PLUS loan, no. She's the borrower, not a cosigner.
The foreclosure is reported under the names of the primary borrower and the co-signer. The co-signer is equally responsible for paying the loan.
Only a parent can apply for a parent loan. the payment plan for a student loan can be deferred until after graduation. It all depends on who is paying the loan off, the student or the parent