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What happens to student loans if the student dies?

Jeremy Wood

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Ramon Kelly on March 30, 2018

Answer 1 . The debt is thrown out, as if it had never existed, do not, under any circumstances, pass any of the relatives or significant others.. Response 2-A dissenting opinion . I've never heard of any lender that would walk away from a legal debt.. Unless the federal rules allow a writing of the debt, then the estate [if there is] would be responsible for the payment of the debt.. I agree with answer 1 in that the debt will not pass to relatives or a significant other, UNLESS one of those persons was a co-signer on the loan.

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