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Are you in debt? Looking to protect assets? don’t know where to turn? How can a professional help you noodle through things?

Looking at your options: If you have debt or assets you want to protect, an experienced attorney can help you explore all of your options.  The individual facts of your case may encompass many strategies that can help you avoid filing a bankruptcy.  If other options are available, we will flesh it out and decide the direction…

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Federal and Private Student Loan Debt $1.2 Trillion-what can you do if you have student loans and have a complaint with YOUR servicer?

Student Loans make up the second largest consumer debt in our market. Consumers have rights, they often do not know where to go to exercise them. Borrowers that have trouble with their servicers can submit a complaint. For more information, visit: http://www.consumerfinance.gov/students/.

201604.18
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STUDENT LOANS AND ILLEGAL PRACTICES DISCOVER BANK TO REFUND $16 MILLION TO CONSUMERS- COULD YOU BE ONE?

Consumer Protection Financial Bureau orders Discover Bank to refund $16 Million to consumers and pay a $2.5 Million million penalty. -Overstated minimum amount due on Billing statements -Misrepresented the amount of student loan interest paid on its website. -Illegally called consumers excessively early in the morning and late at night. -Engaged in illegal collection tactics….

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Know Your Rights: Florida’s Tuition and Fee Exemption for Students who had Child Welfare Involvement.

In March, 2016, the Board of the Governors of the Florida State University System realized the need to revise its Regulation1 that limited the use of the tuition exemption to a maximum of 120 credit hours in undergraduate courses – which was not correct according to current law. The revised Regulation will make it clear…