Student Loan Law
2010 4th ed. and 2012 Supplement
694 pp., with 356-pp. 2012 Supplement
and Companion Website
Table of Contents
About the Companion Website
About the Authors
Everything You Need on the Companion Website
- Discharge, deferment, forbearance, and loan
- Sample pleadings
- Financial Aid Guide in English and Spanish
- Department of Education policy guidance letters
- Federal statutes and regulations.
The Bad News
Millions of Americans, delinquent on their student loans, feel the full brunt of federal collection:
- Tax refund intercepts, wage garnishment, and seizure of Social Security benefits
- Shocking collection fees and collector harassment
- Limits on bankruptcy discharge and ineligibility for new loans and grants.
The Good News
One volume that details all rights of student loan debtors:
- Financial hardship and other loan deferments
- Affordable repayment plans, income-contingent loan consolidations, and loan rehabilitation
- Rights to stop tax intercepts, wage garnishments, and seizure of Social Security benefits.
- Loan discharges based on school closure, fraud, failure to make owed refunds, or disability
- Minimizing collection fees
- Claims for proprietary school abuses and deception
- Challenges to private student loan enforcement.