Can I have this bankruptcy removed from my credit rating?
April 2nd, 2015 by Questions
I based my decision to declare bankruptcy for a second time, in the spring of 2009, based on a trustees rep’s directive as my only solution to eliminate a student loan which I could not include 8 years prior in my first bankruptcy from a divorce. I completed my duties, paid the necessary extension because it was my second bankruptcy, only to still have a portion of the loan not dismissed. After numerous attempts it has finally been removed this past December, with the help of a diligent government employee. However during the course of working through it was revealed that I could have applied to have the debt discharged under the 1st bankruptcy, applied for a dismissal from the student loan program because of my disability.
I have contacted the firm I dealt with and they disconnected the call twice and no one will return my call and the rep and trustee overseeing my case no longer works with the firm.
Can I have this bankruptcy removed from my credit rating or appeal as this will remain on my credit for 14 years, and obviously affecting everything I do.
Posted from: New Brunswick