Los Angeles Student Debt Lawyer
Help with Student Loan Debt in Los Angeles, CA
As the cost to attend college rises, so too does student debt. Although debt for automobile and home purchases have decreased, student debt continues to steadily rise. Nowadays, it is nearly impossible to obtain a good career without a college degree, and many college students simply do not have the funds to pay for tuition without the assistance of student loans. When school is done, however, the reality of that student debt can be overwhelming and simply impossible to repay.
Our Los Angeles student debt lawyers at Wadhwani & Shanfeld have a great deal of experience helping students like yourself recover from unbearable debt. If you need legal and financial advice, we are here to help.
Why Choose Wadhwani & Shanfeld?
- More than 20,000 clients helped
- Custom debt-relief solutions to fit your needs
- Both lawyers are certified bankruptcy specialists
- A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
Relief From Student Debt in Los Angeles, CA
Being trapped under student debts can prevent you from moving forward with many aspects of your life. In order to start fresh, you need to find relief from your student debts. While student debt is not yet dischargeable, there are other financial options through which you can alleviate the severity of the situation. Whether you have a private student loan through a bank, or federal loans, our Los Angeles student debt attorneys can review your financial situation and propose a relief plan suited to your needs.
At Wadhwani & Shanfeld, our Los Angeles student loan debt lawyers are committed to helping our clients find quick relief from insurmountable debt. We can review your student loans in order to determine whether or not forbearance or defaulting might prove beneficial, and we can discuss other debt relief options.
Contact Wadhwani & Shanfeld to schedule a free consultation with our Los Angeles student loan debt attorneys.
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