Student Loan Defense Not Much Different Than Foreclosure Defense

see NLRG Defending Student Loan Claims

First let me say there ARE differences. But mostly you are dealing with the same or similar issues. Who actually made the loan? Who actually owns the debt? Do they have the paperwork or are they faking it? Can it be discharged in bankruptcy?

http://www.nlrg.com/legal-content/the-lawletter/contracts-investigating-and-defending-against-student-loan-claims

One lawyer wrote in to me saying that, like the mortgage cases, the opposition can’t produce the note. Despite protestations to the contrary, this is highly indicative that the loans were sold into the secondary market and then claimed as assets of a trust that most likely did not exist, had no beneficiaries, no trustee (with powers of a trustee), and had no trustor or settlor. The contributing lawyer stated that so far he has not lost a single case.

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  1. Reblogged this on Deadly Clear and commented:
    Forgive student loans and demand the government must consider mortgage forgiveness. Homeowners were SMEARED by the banks before the crash to hide the fraud.

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  2. It’s the same !!!! As is credit cards !!!!

    ALL debt is unsecured !!!!!!

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  3. who are you representing BAR or the People??????????? Joyce Decormier 860-537-5030 Shalom CallSend SMSAdd to SkypeYou’ll need Skype CreditFree via Skype

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  4. What about bankruptcy?

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  5. I was aware of someone who had their student loan forgiven/discharged because she never finished school, and did not use their incomplete education to earn any money. Does anyone know about this type of loan forgiveness?

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