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Debt Defense: Tips & Hacks 1

Our "Debt Defense: Tips & Hacks" series was inspired by our Facebook page that we're delighted to see obtain increased viewership. Our goal is to provide quick, useable, and current ...
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Sued By National Collegiate Student Loan Trust? Some Basic Information

What connection does this "trust" have to my student loan? These trusts are not lenders or guarantors. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust is a trust, or series of trusts, that contain ...
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Creditors' Burden of Proof in Student Loan Cases

To file a lawsuit, the Plaintiff is required to have standing. In order to satisfy the standing requirement: The plaintiff must have suffered an injury; Caused by defendant's actions; With a ...
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Fed Study: Student Loan Delinquencies Higher than Previously Reported

An article [1] in today's Wall Street Journal exposes a worrisome statistic: 31.5% of Americans encumbered by student loans are at least one month behind on payment. [2] That's a higher ...
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The Langel Firm Compels United Guaranty's Discontinuance of $37K Student Loan Case

United Guaranty Commercial Insurance Company of North Carolina faced stiff opposition when it sued a valued client of ours. Immediately, we challenged the capacity of this corporate entity, its right ...
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