It’s estimated Americans owe 1.2 trillion dollars in student loan debt. Student loan debt has surpassed credit card and auto loan debt. With the down turn in the economy, jobs students had hoped to get after graduation are no longer there. Many graduates are forced to take any job to help pay bills, but sometimes it’s not enough to make ends meet. It can be difficult to pay regular monthly bills along with student loans. Life can be even more stressful if parents or grandparents, co-signed on private student loans because if you’re not paying the debt then your loved ones may be facing debt collection actions. If any of the above sounds familiar, you may need the help of a student loan attorney. Defaulting or falling behind on student loans payments may have significant consequences on your future when you apply for a home mortgage, car loan, etc. With attorneys licensed in both Ohio and Michigan, our student loan team can help you with your student loan matter.
Outcome: We entered the case and demanded that Jefferson Capital Systems prove that our client owed the debt. Our client never had to appear in Court and did not have to pay any money to the student loan company.
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Defaulting or falling behind on student loans payments may have significant consequences on your future when you apply for a home mortgage, car loan, etc. With attorneys licensed in both Ohio and Michigan, our student loan team can help you with your student loan matter.WHO WE HELP
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