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Can you file chapter 7 and not include your student loans in the bankruptcy since they are in deferment and also continue getting student loans while in college?

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2006-09-07 15:08:49
2006-09-07 15:08:49

I believe that student loans are a category of debt that is not dischargable in bankruptcy. The bankruptcy will show up on any credit reports, and you may subsequently be unable to et additional loans. I filed for bankrupcy in 1998. I was able to obtain Student Loans despite the bankruptcy in 1999-2000. My past credit history was not considered when determining my student loan application.

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