When you mentioned the "Undue Hardship" test, you mentioned that it was very hard to show. I am an attorney in FL and there is no work, no jobs, no budge, no hiring, no ANYTHING. I've lived off credit cards and family loans and still can't make anything. My last year Adjusted Gross Income was barely over 9K. I own no property. Do you think I could qualify for the undue hardship?
What is your opinion on the current trend of caselaw regarding this test? Moreover, do you know how Florida District Courts are applying this test? Additionally, have you ever successfully argued and won such a hearing on this type of motion?
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