Can I list a student loan payment on my Schedule J if the loan is not in my name?

Question Details: My father took out a federal student loan for me, and I did not co-sign. The loan is in his name only, and we have a verbal agreement that I will repay it. I make all the payments directly to the creditor. Is this an acceptable expense to list on the bankruptcy schedule J? Will it be contested by the trustee or judge?

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