4 Tips for Settling Your Debt Lawsuit with a Debt Settlement Before It Goes To Trial

When you cannot pay your credit card bills, student loan debt or other kind of debt, your debt will grow with accruing interest, your credit will suffer, and the debt collectors could start contacting family, friends and employers to find you.  The end result will likely be that your creditor will file a lawsuit against …

8 Tips For Dealing With Student Loan Debt After Graduation

Graduation is upon us!  Many new college graduates will be confused about what to do if they are graduating with student loan debt. According to higher education and student loan expert Mark Kantrowitz, among the 70% of students who will graduate with student loans, the average amount of student loan debt for a 2016 graduate …

Why Are So Many Students In Trouble With Federal Student Loan Debt?

It seems like there are always stories in the news about the Americans being in debt, from credit card problems to foreclosures to car repos – and even federal student loan debt. You might assume that a borrower is financially irresponsible for defaulting on the loans he or she applied for to pay for college, …

Are You Carrying Lots Of Student Debt Going Into The New Spring Semester?

The New Year means heading back to the Spring Semester for many college students in San Diego and Southern California, and you’re likely thinking about studies, classes and extra-curricular activities if you’re one of them. One thing that may not be on your mind – but should be – is your student loan debt. The …

The Private Student Loan Debt Disaster and How It’s Become An Epidemic Problem

Many ambitious college students need to take out loans to fund their college education and pay for living expenses while attending classes. Private loans have often seemed to be a smart option, especially since students could ask a trusted friend or family member to co-sign the financing. However, these arrangements have recently come under fire …

The difference between private and federal student loans

Whether you’re in high school and considering college or want to go back to school for additional training, you might need to look into borrowing funds to pay expenses. Tuition, boarding and the cost of living can be high, which is why many people think about private and federal student loans in San Diego. There …

The Latest News On Student Loan Debt Settlement 2015

If you took advantage of student loans to finance your education or training, it’s important to keep apprised of news in the industry that may impact your repayment obligations. Many times, there are opportunities to settle your student loan debt in San Diego, so staying current on the latest trends may help you pay down …

Co Signing On A Private Student Loan 101

Whether you’re a student seeking help from a loan co-signer or you’re considering helping someone obtain a private student loan, it’s critical that you understand the implications of your decision. Before you sign your name on the dotted line, there are details you need to know about risks, obligations and the potential for obtaining a …

Have You Been Sued by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust?

Have you been sued by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust (NCSLT) for defaulting on your private student loans? If so, then you might be confused about how they now own your debt and what you can do. You can also view our video talking about what to do if sued by the National Collegiate Student …

Private Student Loan Refinance Offered by First Republic Bank

La Jolla, CA – April 1, 2015 Are you paying student loans to National Collegiate Student Loan Trust (NCT), EduCap, Navient, AES, Teri Loan Holdings, LLC, Enterprise Recovery Systems, Inc., or NCO? If so, you likely incurred private student loan debt. Private student loans aren’t afforded the same benefits as federal student loans. Post-graduate deferments …