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How to get a transcript from Missouri College when you owe money

You’re ready to go back to school to become an RN or LPN or something else. But there’s one thing holding you up: You couldn’t get your transcript from Missouri College because you owed them money. And they’re now closed. You want your transcript but you don’t know what to do to get it. Let […]

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March 13, 2017 Filed Under: Bankruptcy

I want to go back to school but I can’t get my transcript…What do I do?

I want to go back to school but I can’t get my transcript…What do I do? You’re ready to go back to college but you can’t get your transcript from your old school. They say you owe them a few thousand dollars and they won’t release your transcript until you pay that debt. You asked […]

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March 13, 2017 Filed Under: Bankruptcy

The 6 steps to rebuilding your credit after filing a chapter 7

So you’re ready for a fresh start. You’re ready to get rid of your debt and start rebuilding your credit. You’re thinking about filing bankruptcy but you’re wondering: Can filing bankruptcy really improve my credit score? Absolutely. Filing bankruptcy can improve your credit score. But not by itself. Here’s what I mean. Bankruptcy simply eliminates […]

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March 11, 2017 Filed Under: Bankruptcy

What’s next & other helpful information

Look at you! You’re a step closer to being debt free and to having a good credit score. So here’s what will happen next. Attorney Stanley Tate will contact you shortly to do two things: Answer any questions you may have and Schedule your consultation To prepare for your consultation, here’s what you’ll need to […]

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March 6, 2017 Filed Under: Bankruptcy

Are For-Profit Truck Driving School Loans Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

You borrowed a private student loan to pay your tuition at a for-profit truck driving school. You thought you’d be able to pay back the loan. But, at some point, life happens. And when it does, you may consider filing bankruptcy. As you already know, your debts for credit cards, medical expenses, repossessions, etc. go […]

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February 1, 2017 Filed Under: Student Loans

How A Private Student Loan Defense Specialist Can Save You Thousands

You accept that you borrowed the money to pay for school and you owe for your private student loans. You’re just asking for a little help. A lower payment. A lower interest rate. A forbearance. Something. But every time you talk to Navient, or Sallie Mae, or Wells Fargo, or whoever your private student loan […]

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January 23, 2017 Filed Under: Student Loans

Student Loans, Bankruptcy, & 221(d)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986

If you want to discharge a private student loan in bankruptcy, start by reading Section 221(d)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

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January 1, 2017 Filed Under: Student Loans

Tuition Answer Loan Repayment Options [Forgiveness Isn’t An Option]

Can a Tuition Answer Loan be discharged in bankruptcy? What about forgiveness? I'll answer both of those questions and others in this post.

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December 24, 2016 Filed Under: Student Loans

Missouri College Closing: How your student loans can be forgiven

Missouri College closes its doors. You have options. For instance, you can apply for a closed school discharge. Keep reading to learn how.

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November 6, 2016 Filed Under: Student Loans

Student loan help near me in St Louis MO

Let me promise this: you can get all the student loan help you need from me. I'll help you quickly get control of your student loan debt.

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October 12, 2016 Filed Under: Student Loans

Essential tips on how to answer a summons for student loan debt

The things you must learn about how to answer a summons and complaint are pretty simple: speak with a lawyer, go to court, answer timely.

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October 12, 2016 Filed Under: Student Loans

Student Loan Administrative Wage Garnishment Regulations [Plain English Translation]

You're researching. You want info on student loan wage garnishment laws, on financial hardship. Use my notes to better understand those laws.

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October 11, 2016 Filed Under: Student Loans