ANSWER: Call the bankruptcy clinic at Oregon legal aid at 503-224-4086. You may qualify for a pro bono attorney to help wipe out your student loans in bankruptcy. If not, you will need to file bankruptcy without an attorney “pro se”.
Call legal aid and ask for the pro bono bankruptcy clinic. Learn how to file adversary proceeding complaints against your lenders to discharge your student loans in Oregon bankruptcy court.
QUESTION: Can Oregon bankruptcy court really wipe out my student loans? ANSWER: Yes, if you qualify for the undue hardship exception. Our mission is to help you fight back. We realize people who can’t afford student loans can’t afford attorneys. We’re
QUESTION: What is the Brunner test? ANSWER: The Brunner undue hardship test is the exclusive method used in Oregon to qualify for the undue hardship exception. Marie Brunner filed bankruptcy in 1983. She asked the court to wipe out her student loans.