I don’t understand how this could possibly happen. As a bankruptcy attorney it makes little sense that failure to pay student loans – loans typically owned by a private entity – could be enforced by such crazy and extreme measures. Just sidestepping the fact of the gross misuse of a SWAT team, is this really what law enforcement should be doing?
Further, as a bankruptcy attorney, I know that student loans are typically not dischargeable. This means that you cannot get rid of them, ever. You must pay them if you have a single iota of a possibility to do so. Apparently, now, if you don’t, you will be arrested by the SWAT team.
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