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How to Get Out of Default

“Running into debt isn’t so bad. It’s running into creditors that hurts.” – manvsdebt.com. Running into student loan debt can be painful. Creditors will call and send demanding letters that can lead to unwanted daily stress. If you find yourself in debt over your head and you default on a loan, take one or several […]

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What Do You Need to Know About Unsubsidized Student Loan Interest Rates?

If you need to know how to get out of debt, you first need to understand your debt and what options come with it. Generally speaking, there is a preferred order of borrowing for students. Grants and scholarships are preferable first and foremost because they do not require the funds to be paid back. These […]

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How To Reduce Student Loan Interest Rate?

What makes loans not so easy to get rid off is the interest rate. This is the additional money you pay on top of the actual money you borrowed. Sometimes, you get stuck at paying the interest rate rather than the actual loan itself. A better understanding of how to reduce student loan interest rate […]

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How Can the President Impact Your Student Loans?

By design | Jul 26, 2017

Your student loans might be an ever present nagging monthly bill that may or may not be getting any smaller (…) Your student loans might be an ever present nagging monthly bill that may or may not be getting any smaller (…)Your student loans might be an ever present nagging monthly bill that may or […]

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Types of Student Loans – The Differences of Private and Federal Loans

By design | Jul 26, 2017

Student loans have become a billion dollar industry. With college costs on the rise, students and lenders are trying to (…) Student loans have become a billion dollar industry. With college costs on the rise, students and lenders are trying to (…)Student loans have become a billion dollar industry. With college costs on the rise, […]

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Are Private Student Loans Afforded the same Protection from Bankruptcy as Federal Loans?

By design | Jul 26, 2017

Not all debt is created equal. Bankruptcy can be a complicated process that a skilled attorney can help you navigate (…) Not all debt is created equal. Bankruptcy can be a complicated process that a skilled attorney can help you navigate (…)Not all debt is created equal. Bankruptcy can be a complicated process that a […]

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7 Student Loan Consolidation Scams You Should Be Aware Of

By design | Jul 26, 2017

If you are having problems paying your bills and are looking for ways to eliminate student loans fast, choose your (…) If you are having problems paying your bills and are looking for ways to eliminate student loans fast, choose your (…)If you are having problems paying your bills and are looking for ways to […]

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Can All Student Loans Be Negotiated?

By design | Jul 24, 2017

There are two types of student loans, federal and private. Federal loans are backed by the federal government and lenders aren’t willing to negotiate balance reduction on these types of student loans. They have many remedies to collect from you including garnishment and keeping your federal tax returns. They are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. Private […]

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How to Respond to a Student Loan Lawsuit

By design | Jul 10, 2017

If you have been sued on your private student loan, the clock is ticking to settle or put up a strong defense. Especially if you have been already served by your creditors. If you do not respond, they could obtain a default judgement against you. Our lawyers fight back, and respond to your creditors on […]

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