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Rely On Student Loan Law Group To Defend You In Your Lawsuit Against National Collegiate Student Loan Trust

Mount Pleasant 12/08/2017 12:00 AM GMT (WooEB)

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust is aggressively suing students for their past due student loans. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust is not the originator or the lender of your note, so they must prove ownership of your student debt and that the amount requested is in fact the amount owed. Student Loan Law Group has professional student debt defense lawyers that can defend you in your case with National Collegiate Student Loan Trust. Take action today by calling us at 888-843-1706.

When you are faced with a lawsuit, there are important decisions to be made. Probably the worst choice you can make would be to ignore the lawsuit. If you take this route, it is likely that a judgement will be placed upon you, which means you could end up having your wages garnished or more. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust wants you to do nothing, so that they can get away with the lawsuit held against you when it becomes a judgement.

Student Loan Law Group will take on your case and force National Collegiate Student Loan Trust to prove ownership of your loan. In some cases, they may be unable to do so, which would mean the lawsuit would be invalid. If they are not the rightful owners of your loan note, they can not sue you for the balance.

Let Student Loan Law Group help you get the best possible outcome given the situation you are in. You do have options; let us help defend you against National Collegiate Student Loan Trust and help you get the lawsuit dismissed or settle on more favorable terms. Don’t get a default judgement placed on you, contact Student Loan Law Group today by calling us at 888-843-1706.

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