Student Loan Debt Management
Do You Qualify for a Lower Student Loan Payment?
Crawley Law Firm can help you to determine whether you qualify for one of nine different federal repayment plans. These plans can provide options for recalculating and in some cases forgiving a portion of your student loan debt. We understand that circumstances can change drastically from the time you sign your student loan documents to graduation, and we are here to help you navigate the best course of action for your future.
How We Can Help
The temporary suspension of student loan payments provided critical relief, but now experts fear that a significant percentage of borrowers will not be prepared to begin making payments again.
As advocates for consumers facing financial challenges, it is our job to help people find relief and rebalance their financial life. Therefore, we are excited to offer any federal student loan borrowers access to The Student Loan Management Program.
Through this program, we help people determine if they qualify for one of nine student loan programs, including an income-based repayment plan. Our firm prepares the formal application and submits it to the loan servicing department for you. Once the application is received and accepted, we manage the transition to the new loan program and annual income recertification to maintain the payment terms.
Eligibility is based on qualifications.
Reduce your monthly payment amount based on how much you make, not how much you owe, so
your payment will always be affordable.
Consolidate Your Payment
How to Get Started
The first and most important step is to request an analysis of your student loan debt with one of our experienced attorneys. After the analysis is complete, you will be provided with your options based on the qualification factors required by the Federal Government and Department of Education.
There is no obligation to move forward after the evaluation. We will provide you with a copy of your analysis, and you can contact us should you choose to move forward at a later time.