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The Surprising Possibility of Student Loan Discharges

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The Surprising Possibility of Student Loan Discharges
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Discuss Judge Mullin’s recent decision in Trejo v. Navient and the United States Department of Education in which the borrower met her burden of showing undue hardship under Section 523(a)(8) as well as general changes in the way bankruptcy courts in the Fifth Circuit are understanding the requirements of Brunner and Gerhardt. Such recent changes might provide debtors with an improved likelihood of discharging their student loans.

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  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 12/31/2021

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Hon. Mark X. Mullin, John Rao, Charlie Shelton

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The Surprising Possibility of Student Loan Discharges (Dec 2020)

Discuss Judge Mullin’s recent decision in Trejo v. Navient and the United States Department of Education in which the borrower met her burden of showing undue hardship under Section 523(a)(8) as well as general changes in the way bankruptcy courts in the Fifth Circuit are understanding the requirements of Brunner and Gerhardt. Such recent changes might provide debtors with an improved likelihood of discharging their student loans.

Originally presented at: Nov 2020 Bankruptcy Conference

Hon. Mark X. Mullin, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Texas - Fort Worth, TX
John Rao, National Consumer Law Center - Boston, MA
Charlie Shelton, Hajjar Peters LLP - Austin, TX

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