A 34-year-old Chapter 7 debtor could discharge his student loan obligation by establishing that he could not reasonably make payments on the balance, could not maintain a reasonable standard of living, and because the expiration of his payment term had already passed, his standard of living was likely to persist, with no realistic future prospects. (Silverstein) In re Wolfson, No. 19-11618 (LSS), 2022 WL 5055468 (Bankr. D. Del. January 14, 2022).
When Ryan Wolfson filed a Chapter 7 petition in July of 2019, his student loan obligations had . . .
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