If You’re Being Sued For A Past Due Student Loan, We May Be Able To Settle The Debt For You … Or Even Get The Lawsuit Dismissed Entirely.

Private student loans are often bought, sold and packaged. It’s not unusual for the lenders to keep poor records, or to lose paperwork entirely. Then they sue honest people like you in the hopes that they can get a default judgment.

In fact, according to Consumerist and Bloomberg, companies like National Collegiate Student Loan Trust have sloppy record-keeping and the chain of who owns which loan can be difficult to prove.

You need to have a lawyer on your side – someone who knows how the system works, and where to find the mistakes that private student loan lenders make when it comes to these cases.

That’s where I come in. I’m not only one of the first student loan lawyers in the nation, I’m also a teacher at The Student Loan Law Workshop – the only nationwide training ground for attorneys who want to learn how to help people with educational debts.

What To Expect During Your Consultation

From the minute you call, we’ll start analyzing the lawsuit papers to review all possible defenses.

That includes making sure of the following:

  • Is the student loan company suing you the proper entity?
  • If this isn’t the company from which you originally borrowed the money, did this student loan lender receive the legal right to collect from you?
  • Is the amount being claimed as due the proper amount?
  • Is the claim so old that it’s legally uncollectible?

We’ll talk about your goals, the possibility of settlement, and whether there’s a realistic chance of you winning the student loan lawsuit.

Once we’ve got a plan of attack you’ll get the complete representation from start to finish.

You can rest easy in the knowledge that you’re being protected and represented by student loan lawyers with the experience to do their best work for you.

Contact Your Student Loan Lawyer Before It’s Too Late!

If you’re being sued then you must file and serve a response with the court within a short period of time.

If you don’t file your response on time, the creditor can get a default judgment against you.

That judgment allows the creditor to seize your bank accounts or assets, garnish your wages, file a lien against your home, and more.

When you hire us to defend you, we will make sure to protect your rights so the student loan company can’t take a judgment against you.

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