I am having the same results. The only thing that is different is I had my 341 Meeting on 11/02 and a continuance was issued due to some additional document request. I was informed on Friday after providing the documents that I would no longer had to attend the continuance and that I will be discharged possibly the first week of January.
The changes to Fedloan took place for me a few days after my original 341 meeting. All my loans updated to closed, zero balance and included in bankruptcy. I wonder if after discharge will it revert back? Any thoughts?
It is normal for them to update it, but, rest assured, as soon as your BK is over, it will switch back.
One thing about student loan servicers is that, depending on when your payment due date is in relation to your discharge date, you may have to pay that month's student loan payment, even if there was not enough time to send you notice. This happened with my wife - dicharged on the 15th and student loan due on the 26th - we had to pay on the 26th, even though we didn't get the letter yet (I just happened to log on to check and I am glad I did).
Mine are reflecting the same thing. According to my attorney, I will never be able to pay my student loans off if I remain at my same job. I have been there for 7 years and in my state, big incomes are rare within the state but relocation is an option but requires some major savings. I wonder too if they will pop back up? I heard that the Brunner (spelling) test is done by the court to see if it would cause or has caused an undue hardship. If you get an answer please post as I am recently discharged.
Refer to the post above you by 0REDSOX7 for accurate info.
Do some research - you will see it is almost impossible to pass the Brunner test. In other words, expect that your student loans are not dischargeable and you will need to do what you have to do to pay them off.
That's weird. Mine didn't show any changes at all when I filed last year. I have two older Dept of Ed loans that had been consolidated years ago, and a more recent Direct Loan. Whatever it shows, I agree with everyone here they are most definitely not dischargeable in BK.