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Student loan on Form E, was I wrong to include it?

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11 Sep 20 #514083 by Sooveritnow
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I have included my student loan value on my form E liabilities,£15,000 although at the moment I don’t earn enough to makes payments.

My husbands solicitor has come back stating that it should not be included on the form, was I wrong to include it? It said all loans etc and I was being honest.

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15 Sep 20 #514101 by hadenoughnow
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It is fair enough to include it so long as you recognise that it won't be treated in the same way as other debts.


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