Recent Posts in Schachter Portnoy Category

  • How Can I Get Help with Student Loan Debt?

    || 13-Jun-2018

    Student loan debt haunts countless individuals, often making them feel trapped. Many are generally unaware that there are actually ways for some of these debts to be settled, canceled, or discharged, which can ultimately provide the financial relief they need. At the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC, we defend people from student loan lawsuits and help them find solutions that best fit their ...
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  • Schachter Portnoy Settles United Guaranty Student Loan Lawsuit (33%)

    || 10-Oct-2016

    In today’s article we are discussing a student loan lawsuit brought in New Jersey in which we defended the client and ultimately settled for a substantial reduction. As is often the case, the borrower had fallen on hard times and consequently defaulted on a private student loan. The debt was assigned by Citibank to United Guaranty Commercial Insurance Company (hereinafter “ United ...
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  • Schachter Portnoy Settles Lawsuit Debt for 90% Off

    || 4-Aug-2015

    In Cavalry Portfolio Services, LLC v. A.A., a lawsuit was brought by the law firm of Schachter Portnoy LLC against a New York defendant to collect on a debt originally owed to Cavalry Investments, as assignee of FIA Card Services. In 2010, the attorneys at Schachter Portnoy LLC were able to obtain a default judgment in the amount of $21,300. With the 9% judgment interest that accrues each year, ...
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