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Gambling Debt Undermines ‘Hardship’ Claim (access required)

Although plaintiff’s auto accident and back surgery affected her ability to work and pay off her student loan debt of nearly $20,000, she spent thousands of dollars on gambling trips to Atlantic City, and the Richmond U.S. District Court upholds the bankruptcy court’s denial of a discharge of plaintiff’s student loan debt for “undue hardship.” Plaintiff ...

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