If you intend to seek to discharge student loans under §523(a)(8), do not consolidate the loans after the case is filed.
Prebankruptcy planning is most important if one wishes to discharge student loans. A recent Texas Chapter 7 case highlights the pitfalls if one does not act accordingly. Debtors obtained 27 separate student loans prior to when they filed their Chapter 7 in 2019. After they received their discharge in 2019 they obtained three additional student loans and then in August, 2022 consolidated all the loans. The consolidated loans extinguished and paid off all of . . .
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