Student loans are not usually wiped out in bankruptcy like other debts (although bankruptcy can provide assistance). But the court still requires that you list your student loan debt in the bankruptcy, since this is a debt that you owe. This can be difficult, especially while they were in forbearance, if you have not kept track of your loans
For federal student loans, you can locate all of your lenders and student loan debt on The Department of Education website. It’s called the “National Student Loan Data System”. Go to www.nslds.ed.gov and click the “Financial Aid Review” button, and just follow the instructions. This will give you a print out of all your student lenders and their contact information.
For private student loans, you can’t go to a single website that has information about all of your private student loans. However, private student lenders may be reporting your loans to the credit bureaus and you can locate their names by requesting a free credit report at www.annualcreditreport.com.