Historically, student loan debt is considered nondischargable unless the terms of paying it back are deemed to be an undue hardship. However, recently, there have been ca
ses regarding other forms of student loans that do not directly affect education enhancement which have been ruled dischargeable in Texas courts. These types of ‘exclusionary loans’ include bar exam study loans as well as career training loans. Many bankruptcy courts seem to be more flexible in the consideration of Section 523(a)(8) regarding student loan debt.
If you have questions regarding your student loan debt and would like to speak to an attorney, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at Hoorfarlaw.com.