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Student Loan Forgiveness Programs For Teachers

 “A good teacher is like a candle: it consumes itself to light the way for others” - Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.  It is unfortunate that student loan forgiveness for teachers is such an uphill battle. NPR wrote an in-depth piece about the struggle facing teachers with student loan debt.  Some of the distressing comments from teachers [...]

By | August 1st, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

The New York Times is Misleading Student Loan Borrowers With The Claim that $5 Billion in Student Loan Debt May Be Wiped Away

Open Letter: Debt Relief Attorney’s Response to the July, 17, 2017 New York Times article As Paperwork Goes Missing, Private Student Loan Debts May Be Wiped Away by Daniel Gamez, Debt Relief Attorney San Diego, CA - July 19, 2017 – On Monday, the New York Times wrote the article As Paperwork Goes Missing, Private [...]

By | July 20th, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

In the Student Loan Debt Crisis, The Debt Collectors Are The Real Winners

Recently NBC San Diego interviewed me and senior member of the House Education and Workforce Committee, Congresswoman Susan Davis, for the investigative report “Student Loan Programs to Help Borrowers Costing Taxpayers” to discuss the student loan debt crisis.    In the Student Loan Debt Crisis, the Debt Collectors are the Real Winners According to the [...]

By | July 17th, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

What To Do About Student Loans After Graduation

What to do About Student Loans After Graduation It’s a confusing time to know what to do about student loans after graduation.  Between reports that the federal student loan rates will jump starting July 1 and the Department of Education’s proposed budget that could make it harder to obtain and repay student loans, it’s difficult [...]

By | May 25th, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

Inspiring Millennial Women Who Have Overcome Crushing Student Loan Debt

When I came across the article “16 Millennial Women Who Climbed Out of Student Loan Debt” by Bustle, I had to share it!  Click through to learn about some very inspiring women who have overcome crushing student loan debt.  The millennial generation has long been stereotyped as having things handed to them and living off [...]

By | April 18th, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

Navient Gives Its 12 Million Borrowers the Middle Finger!

Despite the negative press it has received over the past several years, student loan giant Navient has essentially told its borrowers that it doesn’t have their best interests in mind because they are collectors. This revelation came out in a recent court filing in which Navient is seeking to have a multi-billion dollar lawsuit filed [...]

By | April 7th, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

New Policy On Student Loan Rehabilitation Could Escalate Already High Default Rate

The Trump administration announced on March 16 that the U.S. Department of Education is allowing lenders to charge up to 16% of the principal loan plus interest on defaulted student loans.  This policy does not apply to those who took out Federal Direct Loans with the U.S Department of Education, but does affect those who [...]

By | March 23rd, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

What Do I Do If I Default On My Student Loans?

CNBC reported today that more than 1.1 million borrowers defaulted on their federal student loans last year. If you have been struggling to pay your student loans, you are not alone.   According to a Consumer Federation of America analysis of U.S. Department of Education data, the number of people who have defaulted on their federal student [...]

By | March 16th, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

How We Saved Our Client Over $100,000 on a Navient Student Loan Debt Settlement

I have a very, very happy client right now, considering I saved her over $100,000 on a Navient student loan debt settlement.  My client in California is in her early 30s, newly married and facing the fact that she owed in excess of $143,000 to Navient for her private student loan.  She had stayed current [...]

By | February 3rd, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments

I Co-Signed for a Private Student Loan Owed to National Collegiate Student Loan Trust

Many of my clients are co-signers on private student loans owed to National Collegiate Student Loan Trust.  Most of them are parents who co-signed on their child’s private student loan.  The loan that they co-signed on was NOT originally with National Collegiate Student Loan Trust (NCT), so they are very confused when they receive notice [...]

By | January 27th, 2017|Student Loan Debt Help|0 Comments