Take down debt
For many Americans, debt is their daily reality. Your clients don’t have to live under the shadow of debt indefinitely. In Where Credit is Due: Student Loan and Credit Card Debt, learn the ins and outs of student loan and credit card debt and position yourself to advise clients on their legal rights and remedies.
Student loan debt made simpler
Learn the unique characteristics of and repayment options available for different types of student loans, including:
- public vs. private
- individual vs. loans to the parent
- subsidized vs. unsubsidized
Discover strategies for effectively managing student loan debt, such as consolidation, income-based repayment, and administrative remedies. Find out if and when bankruptcy may be option. Plus, know under what circumstances you could sue a debt collector, an intermediary, or even the school itself.
Cracking the code of credit card debt
Get an overview of credit card collections and the procedural and substantive issues that affect them, including:
- How liability changes based on the status of the collector
- Differences between small claims and civil court processes and outcomes
- Options and remedies in payday, title, and consumer loan collections
In addition, understand the possible ethical issues you may encounter when representing debtors and what to do if you suspect a client is an unscrupulous borrower.
Help your clients navigate their legal options and discover ways to make the law work for the benefit of the borrower at Where Credit is Due: Student Loan and Credit Card Debt.