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Credit card debt: Let's get real

At the Law Office of Ruth Nelson, we help people overcome their debt problems. Every person has a different story behind their debt difficulties. Some fell into financial problems after losing their jobs. Others had a medical emergency they needed to pay for. That said, the vast majority of people simply lost control of their credit card spending, bought too much and too fast, and they couldn't afford the bill.

Public service and student loan debt forgiveness

If you're paying a large amount of money every month to your student loan debt, you're probably wondering if you're doing everything you can to pay off your loans. For some, it may seem like a logical choice to enroll in a student debt forgiveness program. These options are available to any American with federal student loans, but they may not be appropriate for everyone.

What to expect for student loan debt in 2015

Since former students cannot usually erase their educational debt through the bankruptcy process, any news as it relates to student debt, student debt forgiveness and student loans in general is valuable to consider. In 2017, with a Republican-controlled congress and a newly elected Republican president, some news analysts believe that there could be some changes to student loans this year.

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