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Consolidating Student Loans? Do This First!

Have you started 2016 drowning in student debt? Are your loan totals more than you’ve made in a year? Are your loans interfering with career growth by making you stick with a sure thing rather than seek a better position or career advancement? Have you put off moving, buying a car, or even getting married? It’s no different for you than it is for millions of other students who took out loans that would bring them a better lifestyle, but have instead ended up holding the bag. There are a lot of different paths for you to start getting out from under your loans, and you can take more than one at a time!

IS CONSOLIDATION STUDENTS LOANS FOR YOU?

It’s a complex question; it can be. That might not be what you want to hear, but I’m not in the business of telling fairy tales, or selling loans for that matter. I am in the business of providing legal advice for people who need it, and even offer free consultations, but no advice is going to work unless it’s listened to and followed. Consolidating student loans is very straightforward, you are taking out a new loan, paying off the existing loans, and then paying down the loan used to eliminate your old loans. You have two ways to consolidate your loans, depending on whether your loans are federal loans and what type they are, or loans from private lenders. Let’s have a look at some of the pros and cons.

There are other options to consolidation that are open to you, and if you’d like to come in and discuss them, your first consultation is free. If you’re having trouble repaying, in default, or even facing garnishment, we have the knowledge and experience to help you get back on the path to the life you’ve worked so hard to have.

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