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The advice you are seeking should be given by an attorney. You should contact a local legal aid society for help. However it would seem that the statute of limitations has caused the debt to be uncollectable.

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Q: What happens when the person who held the loan dies and you are the cosigner and 18 years later they come after you but you are on disability and have no money or job hardship?
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