First Marblehead Corporation: Forgive the student loans of my deceased son

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Debbie Babington
6 years ago
Because we have student loans for my son.

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Audrey Kelly-Martin
6 years ago
that is very important Parents may have financial hardships, or death Should have debt forgiveness. Why they do with credit cards are allowed to go bankrupt!

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Michelle Porosky
6 years ago
I am shocked that student loan forgiveness isn't automatic for those poor families that have lost their loved ones and are now required to pay back their student loans. What is wrong with this country?

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Ian P
6 years ago
These parents shouldn't pay this -- they lost their son.

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Athena Adams
6 years ago
Why subject the family to more hardship? As if losing their son wasn't enough.....Ughhh

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Chris Wuest
6 years ago
When a person co-signs a loan, they must realize what will happen when the primary signer fails to pay but their must be exceptions to every rule and the death of the person benefiting said loan should deem the loan void.

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Jamie Christensen
6 years ago
I am a friend of Steve's brother, Scott.

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jaimee Finnigsmier
6 years ago
I owe over $100,000 in student loans.

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Liam Nickell
6 years ago
This is morally wrong that a company would value the collection of student loans over allowing a family to grieve their son's death and eventually move on. Instead the company prefers profits and are a constant reminder of that horrific event that caused their son's death.

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Bharat Manglani
6 years ago
The loan is/are meant for kids to excel in career and life and are primarily to be paid back by kids when they pursue professional jobs. If they are no more, the debt must be voided.