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If he is a lawyer making good money, perhaps you could contact your local tv station (consumer reporter, troubleshooting team, etc)... and see if they would do a story kinda like a 'buyer beware' (cosigner beware). Publicly humiliating your ex over his failure to pay his student loan(s) and destroying your credit would 1) make you feel better and 2) make him look rather asinine in the eyes of his peers - even though it wouldnt do much to restore your credit.

It will be removed from your credit report 7 years from the date of first default...
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