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  • National Collegiate Trust Student Loan Debt Reduced by 75%

    || 1-Nov-2016

    At the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC, we take great pride in the results we help our client’s achieve. Although results vary, we strive to attain the maximum reduction possible in each client’s unique situation. If you’ve been sued for a student loan debt in New York or New Jersey, call us to learn how we can defend the action and potentially settle the debt for less then ...
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  • Fighting Student Loan Lawsuits

    || 12-Sep-2016

    Have you been sued for a student loan? It's normal to have serious questions when facing legal action. Most borrowers and co-signers will want to minimize the impact of the lawsuit and avoid having a judgment entered against them. You might be wondering: Why am I being sued? Do I really owe them the amount they claim? How do I fight the lawsuit? What are my defenses? Can I settle the lawsuit ...
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  • Debt Buyer Lawsuits - Defense Strategies

    || 6-Apr-2016

    Many lawsuits, particularly with old debts, are brought by " debt buyers " who purchase debts from original creditors. Such "debt buyers" might have difficulty proving in court that they own the debt, that the debt ever existed, or that you owe the complete amount claimed. Furthermore, even if they could prove these things, "debt buyers" sometimes seek to collect ...
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