The Debt Lawyers Blog

Student loan debt hit a new record of $1.6 trillion during 2020, affecting people of all ages, demographics, and occupations. Unfortunately, these numbers are expected to grow as college tuition costs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels continue to rise. With a highly dysfunctional job market and rising educational requirements, many students find themselves […]…
With rising tuition costs and the increasing uncertainty of entering today’s job market, many students fear whether investing in a bachelor’s degree is worth the return. The high cost of education that falls on many households and families every year is overwhelming, leaving many students stuck with no other option but to seek financial aid. […]…
No one wants to be contacted by a debt collection agency. If you’re in this situation, it’s important to know your rights and the actions and claims these entities are and are not capable of. Unfortunately, debt collection agencies have a long history of engaging in harassment and illegal practices. Being able to identify unlawful […]…
The high costs of undergraduate and higher education programs have resulted in more and more students borrowing money from both the federal government and private lenders to pay for school. Unfortunately, many college students and recent graduates don’t anticipate the effects of student loan debt on their future—specifically buying property. According to the National Association […]…
The average American is $90,460 in debt, including credit cards, car loans, student debt, and mortgages. What’s troubling is that not every person who has debt knows they’re in debt, especially if it comes from credit cards. Credit cards are made for ease and convenience. “Buy now, pay later” may sound great, but in reality, […]…