Just wondering if it should be listed. It's my only means of support right now anyway so I am sure there are no issues getting qualified (low income) ; just wondering if a lump sum or whatever would need to be included.
Family Law Attorney
Yes. But discuss this with your BK attorney.
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Yes - if it's student aid ... No - if it's student loans.