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While there are exceptions, you would appear to be correct that the SOL has passed on these claims.

They may be trying to force a payment and not really planning to file suit.  Call us and allow us to help with NO out of pocket expense to you.   855-254-7841   Ask for Mark Gazda, ...Read more

We can help STOP these calls.  Call our office at 855-254-7841.  Ask for Mark Gazda, Consumer Advocacy Manager. Legal Rights Advocates. 

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Strategies for Paying Off Student Loan Debt 

Recently, we discussed the conditions under which it may be possible to discharge student loan debt in bankruptcy. As we saw, discharging student debt in bankruptcy is very difficult. The va ... Read more

Do You Qualify For Debt Relief?

In earlier posts, we’ve devoted considerable time and energy to discussing common debt related terminology. We’ve discussed terminology associated with debt consolidation, for in ... Read more

Can Student Loan Debt Ever Be Discharged? 

he old saying, about death and taxes being the two certainties in life, is outdated.  These days, debt needs be included as the third certainty.  No matter how much Americans might plan and ... Read more

What Are Illegal Debt Collection Practices?

n an earlier post, we discussed the rights granted to debtors under the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act, or FDCPA. As we learned, the Act covers most non-business consumer debts.  ... Read more

Common Debt Consolidation Terms

We’ve previously provided concise definitions for various terms related to debt resolution. We also discussed the basic purpose and mechanics of debt consolidation in the earlier post. In this p ... Read more

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