New Jersey Lawyer Negotiates Student Loan Debt Reductions

Posted By Law Office of Simon Goldenberg, PLLC || 4-Sep-2017

Not sure where to turn for help with student loans?

With ever-increasing interest rates, large fees, and complicated payment plans, it's easy to get overwhelmed. When facing default, student borrowers may be subject to a barrage of calls, collection letters, lawsuits, or even wage garnishment. Some people feel paralyzed by the process. Don't sit by and watch catastrophe unfold. There is no better time then now to learn your options for relief.

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At the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC, we understand the challenges faced by student loan borrowers. Since 2011, we've helped resolve numerous defaulted student loans through a variety of methods. We implement an individualized plan in order to address the client's unique circumstances, which helps ensure that we maximize the chances of a favorable outcome. When dealing with a sensitive matter such as student loan debt, don't blindly put your trust with just any law firm, you should specifically look for lawyers that specialize in student loans.

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How do we help resolve defaulted student debt?

  1. Engaging in comprehensive negotiations to settle loan balances for less then the full balance. This process includes compilation of hardship and financial information so we can provide a compelling case to the student loan debt collectors.
  2. Defense from student loan lawsuits in New Jersey and New York. We review the case with a "fine tooth comb" in order to identify potential errors, discrepencies, or other issues that may be in favor of the borrower. Many of these cases are settled for substantially less then the claim amount, and oftentimes in affordable monthly payment plans.
  3. Conducting due diligence to determine which non-settlement options are available, such as rehabilitation, student debt consolidation, loan forgiveness/discharge, and repayment plans.
  4. Where appropriate, we intiate disputes demanding debt validation so we may analyze the underlying account information to ensure accuracy.
  5. We always keep an eye out for potential violations to consumer laws. We help victims of debt collector abuse recover damages under state and federal laws.

What makes our law firm different?

Searching for a reputable student loan lawyer nj? Our attorneys have dealt with nearly every major student loan lender, bank, and collection agency. We understand the intricacies of the process and can guide you towards a resolution that suits your particular situation. But don't just take our word for it. Our former client's have left us hundreds of positive reviews that we encourage you to read to get a better understanding of how we operate. We are dedicated to providing an outstanding experience to each and every one of our client's.
With an A+ BBB rating and numerous recognitions from Avvo and Superlawyers, you can entrust the legal team at the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC for competent advice and representation. We assist borrowers with legal issues throughout NY and NJ. For non-legal matters, we provide assistance in other states. The best way to determine what we can do to assist with your loan is to call and speak to one of our passionate debt relief advocates.
Need student loan help? Call for a free phone evaluation! (888) 301-0584.

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