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Christie D. Arkovich, P.A.
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Are you being sued by NCSLT as many of our clients are? You should be aware that the CFPB just entered an Order requiring NCSLT to halt collections per the NYT.  The Consent Order is effective immediately although the Judgment itself still needs to be…

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First, don’t give up.  You may have numerous defenses available – we are a law firm that helps student loan borrowers. Don’t let them get a default judgment against you where they can garnish 25% of wages and seize your bank accounts.  Over 90% of these…

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Hurricane Irma has caused an interruption in income for many people in Florida and elsewhere.  This information may be helpful for those who cannot make their mortgage or student loan payment when due: For those in a rehab agreement on federal student…

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Property owned by a husband and wife is ordinarily protected in Florida from creditors of only one spouse.  There are requirements to being able to use what is called the Tenancy by Entireties Exemption such as the property must have been acquired at the…

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Debtors are presently denied the opportunity to participate in income driven plans in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in most of Florida.  Instead of allowing for an income based plan, the federal government places these loans in forbearance for the typical five…

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A national web based publication, The Dollar Stretcher.com, picked up our article “Could Student Loan Debt Derail Your Retirement“.  We focused on sharing ways to avoid default and reducing student loan payments for Parent Plus loans.  It’s a problem and…

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There are limits as to when a student loan servicer can contact someone other than the borrower.  They cannot call the borrower’s place of employment if the borrower asks them not to.  They cannot robocall the borrower’s cell phone when the borrower asks…

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Are you a teacher?  A police officer?  A fire-fighter?  Work in any capacity for local, state or federal government or a non-profit? Having doubts about whether your federal student loans are going to be forgiven after ten years of public service?  Join…

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Garin Flowers of Channel 10 ran this story this week with a married couple we have represented with Parent Plus loans.  These loans had doubled before they came and consulted with us for repayment options.  When the financial crisis hit in 2008, they were…

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We’ve been spending quite of bit of time lately researching all the ins and outs of Public Service Loan Forgiveness (“PSLF”).  One of the issues that has caught our attention is the failure to communicate to FFEL borrowers the need to consolidate their…
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