• The Predicament of Walden Student Loans

    February 3rd, 2016 | News

    Many students enter into educational programs with the expectation that their completed education is going to give them a career that is financially lucrative. A lot of this education is being paid with by way of student loans, and students are ending up with a large debt load as a result of their educational costs. […]

  • What Does Washington Think About Student Loans?

    November 25th, 2015 | News

    The government plays a big role when it comes to the student loan debt issue. Almost every student is faced with some sort of student debt. Ideally any student that is having difficulty managing their student debt should seek out a student debt loan relief attorney, to get the best advice possible as to what […]

  • Possible Supreme Court Involvement in Student Debt

    October 28th, 2015 | News

    Most students are well aware that bankruptcy provides no debt relief for them when it comes to their student loans. At the very most they may go bankrupt to deal with their other debts, which in turn allows them some breathing room to deal with their student loan debt. It now appears that the Supreme […]

  • Next Generation Of Student Loan Debt

    October 14th, 2015 | News

    With all the talk about how students are in such dire financial situations because of their student loan debt one may think that this type of debt is on the decline. However, it is being shown that those that have graduated in 2015 have more debt now than those in the past. It is believed […]

  • Student Loan Debt Relief and the Housing Market

    August 6th, 2015 | News

    At one time student’s only worried about how they were going to pay for their education. It has gotten to a point where many of them are not able to depend on their parents to pay for their education. This is partly due to the rising costs of education, and the parents simply not having […]

  • Student Debts Being Subjected to Robosigning 2.0

    June 17th, 2015 | News

    As if students didn’t have enough problems trying to find student loan debt relief, many are now facing court actions. They are being hit with not only the principal amount they owe but large amounts of penalties and interest. Now the latest problem is students are being faced with what is being called the Robosigning […]

  • What Happens To My Student Loans If My School Closes?

    February 19th, 2015 | News

    Most students put a great deal of effort into choosing the educational institution that best suits their educational plans. They do their research to determine if the courses offered are going to meet their needs. They look at the past track record for the school based on student graduation. What they don’t contemplate is that […]

  • Obama’s Student Loan Forgiveness Act

    December 2nd, 2014 | News

    Through executive action, President Obama extended the national Student Loan Forgiveness Act of 2012, opening the doors to students with older student loan debt. This program offers a huge step forward for those struggling under high monthly student loan payments, providing a cap to the overall time payments are required and implementing a limitation on […]

  • States With The Highest Student Loan Debt

    November 20th, 2014 | News

    Student loan averages around the country are higher than ever before, with the national total surpassing $1 trillion earlier this year. But is student loan debt the same everywhere? While last year the average student graduated with just over $29,000 of student loan debt, the newest research says that number has jumped to over $30,000 […]