On an issue dividing the courts, the Seventh Circuit rules that an obligation to repay a domestic support obligation is a dischargeable debt, not a nondischargeable DSO.
The BAP avoided making a rule that would have allowed convicted felons to discharge student loans more easily than debtors with clean records.
If a lower court buys an argument that’s clearly wrong, is the argument nonetheless ‘objectively reasonable?’ And does Taggart apply to an automatic stay violation?
First Amendment doesn’t compel deduction of religious contributions in finding an ‘undue hardship’ justifying the discharge of student loans.
‘No objectively reasonable basis’ is the high court standard to find civil contempt for violating the discharge injunction.
A bill to provide bankruptcy relief for student borrowers.
BAP joins the majority of courts by saying that defaulting on direct mortgage payments precludes a chapter 13 debtor from receiving a discharge.
To provide bankruptcy relief for student borrowers.