One goal of filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is getting a discharge of customer debts. But, specific debts are non-dischargeable, and student education loans in many cases are included in this. The only exclusion is whenever a debtor can show that repaying the pupils loans would cause an undue hardship. You can get your student loans discharged if you can prove undue hardship.
Generally in most courts, you may either have the entirety of one’s education loan released, or perhaps you cannot get it released at all.