It’s no secret that student loan debt is wrecking the lives of millions of people across America. One of our student loan lawyers may be able to help you.
The U.S. Department of Education has a number of solutions available to help people struggling under the weight of federal student loan debt.
Federal and state laws protect you from harassing private student loan lenders and collection agencies.
Good thing, too. There’s over $1 trillion in student loan debt out there, and 11% of student loan borrowers are in default on their payments.
The problem is that the laws, regulations and procedures are nearly impossible to understand and follow.
That’s why few people end up getting the help they need.
And it’s why you need a student loan lawyer on your side.
When It Comes To Student Loans, You Have Options
There are ways to get out from under your crushing student loan debt.
The government doesn’t publicize these programs widely, and most lawyers haven’t taken the time to learn about them.
That includes federal student loans as well as private student loans.
Depending on your situation, we may be able to help you:
- Consolidate your federal student loans
- Rehabilitate your federal student loans to get you out of default
- Slash your student loan payments
- Minimize the amount of interest you pay for the term of your loans.
- Eliminate some or all of the collection fees on your student loan
- Qualify for income based programs
- Qualify for partial or full student loan forgiveness
When it comes to private student loans, your options include student loan debt settlement and defense of lawsuits brought by student loan collectors.
In other words, there’s a way to make your life a lot better – fast.
Get The Student Loan Lawyer Who Teaches Other Lawyers How To Do It
My name is Jay S. Fleischman, and I’ve been a student loan lawyer since before most people ever heard the term.
I’m the first student loan lawyer practicing in both Los Angeles and New York.
I’m not only a graduate of the inaugural session of the prestigious Student Loan Law Workshop, I’m also a regular speaker at the event.
Teaching other attorneys how to practice in the field of student loan law means I not only understand the complex regulations that govern student loan law, but I am also uniquely able to explain those tough concepts clearly and simply.
I urge you to click here to contact me for a no-obligation phone or office analysis to see how I can help you with your student loan issues. If you’d prefer, you can also call 866-787-8078 x710 to set up a time to talk.
You’ll pay only $100 for an analysis of your situation and the peace of mind that comes with knowing all of your options.
Student Loan Law 101
If this whole student loan law thing sounds too good to be true, let’s start with the very basics.
There are many ways to get help with your federal and private student loans . . . and yet many people never get help because there aren’t that many lawyers out there practicing in the field. So, I’ve put together this series of articles that lay out some of the basics in plain language.
Remember, just because you can’t snap your fingers and wipe out your student loan debts doesn’t mean there isn’t a ton of help available out there. Now that you’ve got me on your side, you’ve got a resource you can rely on.
There’s a lot more to discover about student loan law, so click the big button below to get in touch for a no-obligation phone or office analysis of your situation.
Recent Articles About Student Loan Law
Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to dealing with federal and private student loans. We can talk about your situation during a free, no-obligation phone consultation. Just click the big button below to get things going.
Take Action Before The Government Does
The government can garnish your wages without a judgment, seize your tax refund (even an earned income tax credit), seize portions of federal benefits such as Social Security, and deny you eligibility for new education grants or loans. To make matters worse, collectors are allowed to charge fees that create ballooning balances.
All of this without a lawyer or a lawsuit.
Private lenders often hire outside agencies to collect your student loan debts. Sometimes, these companies cross the line and behave illegally. Other times, the private student loan lender will hire a lawyer to sue you.