If your federal student loan(s) is in default, you probably realize that it is a serious situation. However, there may be options available to you. We can help you understand which alternatives fit your personal situation. Contact us at 855-810-4922.
Have you received a Notice of Default? Defaulting on your federal student loan(s) is a serious matter. The federal government can seize your tax refunds. Your loan holder(s) can garnish up to 15% of your wages. The default may be reported to the national consumer reporting agencies (aka credit bureaus).Learn more >
Setting up a repayment plan acceptable to your loan holder(s) can protect you from some of the consequences of default, like administrative wage garnishment and withholding of your tax refunds and government payments.Learn more >
Federal student loans have built-in protection against things like fraud, school closings, permanent disability and death.Learn more >
The Direct Consolidation Loan program refinances your federal defaulted student loan(s) into a new loan, with a single interest rate and repayment schedule.Learn more >