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student loan debt suspended during COVID-19 pandemic

Most Student Loan Payments Suspended As A Result Of COVID-19

Find Out If You Qualify For Student Loan Debt Forbearance As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, and the economic turmoil that it is causing, the federal government is automatically suspending payments and waiving interest on federal student loan debt for 6 months. The six-month suspension of payments and interest was enacted in April 2020 …

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What You Should Know About Student Loan Tax Garnishments

If You Have Student Loans, You Need To Know About Tax Garnishments Many college graduates find that student loan debts are difficult to pay off. Many Americans with student loan debt choose to live frugally while chipping away at their massive debt. Others take advantage of student loan debt forgiveness programs or income-driven repayment programs. …

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30,000 student loan borrowers sue Navient

30,000 Student Loan Borrowers Sue Regarding Bankruptcy

Student Loan Borrowers Are Being Charged For Loans That Were Already Discharged At Galler Law, we are here to stop you from getting taken advantage of financially. Unfortunately, situations happen where people are wrongly charged for money that they don’t owe. Case in point: 30,000 student loan borrowers are suing their lender, Navient (formerly Sallie …

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How Long Does it Take to File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Georgia?

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the State of Georgia is no laughing matter.  Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often termed as liquidation or straight bankruptcy because, like a clean slate, it wipes away most of an individual’s unsecured debt to include credit cards, medical bills and personal loans.  Although not always the simplest process to …

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Can Bankruptcy Help Save My House?

Due to the rapid pace of Georgia’s foreclosure process, hiring a bankruptcy law firm in a timely manner is essential to saving your home. Georgia bankruptcy attorneys can provide you with effective processes and protections.