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When are Private Student Loans Discharged in Bankruptcy?

The one thing everyone knows about bankruptcy is that student loans are not discharged. Prior to 2005, non-dischargeable student loans were loans guaranteed by the government or provided by not-for-profit educational institutions. But as part of the changes made to the bankruptcy code in 2005 (known as "BAPCPA"), private student loans were included in this non-dischargeability definition.

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