The lenders look at your income, your credit score, and all your responsibilities (debts) outstanding college bills, credit card bills, and yes medical bills you still owe etc. etc., then the lender will assess the risk to determine whether to give you a loan or not or what amount.
If the medical bills occurred during the time of your marriage they may just count them.... Try to discuss
it again with this same lender or explore your options with another lender, they sometimes have different
programs available for their clients.
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