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I have about $100,000 in undergrad and grad school student loans. I graduated with my MA in 2008. The economy collapsed in 2008, so good jobs were hard to come by. I ended up getting a $30,000.00/yr job in 2009. After a few promotions I was able to work my way up to $43,000.00/yr. Then in 2015, I went through a divorce. After years of forbearance requests, etc., the loans started to become due and payable.

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Daniel R.
Troy, MO

My experience with Mr. Tate was wonderful. I was very frustrated, lost, and didn't think there was any hope for my student loans. Mr. Tate helped me out of a bad situation and I feel relieved. He is very knowledgeable, professional, and trustworthy. I highly recommend Mr. Tate to anyone struggling with their student loans.

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Krystal K.
Milwaukee, WI

I was feeling very overwhelmed by all of the red tape of the Department of Ed and the collection agency handling my case. After our first meeting, I knew that I had the right person on my side. Attorney Tate was able to navigate the system, swiftly and thoroughly, all while keeping me in the loop of communication. Retaining Attorney Tate was one of my best decisions. I just wished I had contacted him before my situation got so out of hand.

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Barbara H.
Jennings, MO

When I completed my PhD program, I was drowning in student loan debt. With my initial monthly repayment amount, it was scary to think that as an educator, I would not be able to afford those payments and have the basic necessities of life. I was afraid that I would never be a homeowner. But Stanley’s knowledge made me feel at ease about what was to come. He had done much of the research for me, about my options. And he was patient.

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Kourtney G.
Chicago, IL

A week after I heard Mr. Tate on Tonya Rapley's webinar, Navigating Your Student Loans, I decided it was time to check into the status of my student loans. So I scheduled a phone consultation. He researched and found that my student loans were in default. He assisted with getting my loans consolidated and filing additional paperwork for the income-based repayment plan and the public service loan forgiveness programs.

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Vanessa D.
Denver, CO