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Disability Discharge

If you're disabled you may qualify for Total and Permanent Disability Discharge. That means your physical or mental disability is grounds for review and possible discharge of your student loans. Your physical or mental impairment must: have existed for 60 consecutive months, or is expected to last 60 consecutive months, or is expected to result…
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Loan Forgiveness

For some teachers, public servants, and those permanently disabled; loan forgiveness may be an option. There are other, more uncommon, reason for student debt forgiveness as well. Teachers, as an example, may qualify for a principal reductions between $5,000 and $17,500. Also, teachers can qualify for full forgiveness at the end of 10 years. Reach…
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Student Loan Consolidation

Are you struggling with how to make it all work? Expensive student loan payments weighing you down? Don't worry. We can help you consolidate your loans into an affordable monthly payment. We guarantee your application filing will meet the Department of Education's standards, shortening the review and approval cycle. We'll go the extra mile and…
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Income-Based Repayment

Are you struggling to keep up with large student loan payments as your career is taking hold? An income-based payment plan is probably a good idea. Loans can be structured such that you have lower monthly payments from the onset with a gradual rise as your career takes hold and incomes rises. We know how…
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