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Tag Archives: Student loans

New lawyers need a good financial plan

Graduating from law school with significant student debt is nothing new for young attorneys. But according to the National Association of Law Placement, starting salaries in the legal profession have fallen 13 percent over the past six years.

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Agencies, Congress turn up heat on debt collectors

The rise in health care-related consumer debt, student loans, shoddy record keeping by creditors and abusive practices by debt collectors are leading federal regulators and lawmakers to crack down on third-party debt collectors and call for tighter rules applying to them.

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10-32528 In re Johnson

Bankruptcy Student loans Student loan obligations are not a special circumstance under 11 U..C. 707(b)92)(B); but a debtor may separately classify the loan obligations and maintain regular payments on them. “The Debtor has failed to demonstrate that the repayment of ...

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