GM Law Firm Student Loans: How To Successfully Negotiate Your Way Out Of Debt

Last updated on April 6, 2019

GM Law firm isn’t your everyday run of the mill law firm with an insatiable appetite for fattening its pockets. As an established band of attorneys that have hundreds of years of practicing experience amongst them, GM Law firm takes much pride in venturing into the kind of uncharted territory most law firms choose to avoid. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that it has rolled out the now much sought after GM Law firm student loans debt negotiation for high school students who wish to follow their dreams, but lack adequate funding. Out of the plethora of success stories that have come to be associated with GM Law firm, this is perhaps the most touching, and it goes something like this.

Located in Boca Raton Florida, GM Law firm has changed the lives of many.

What most students realise when it’s too late is that it’s not all rainbows and unicorns with student loans. However, as the linchpin of debt negotiation and restructuring, GM law firm has a few cards up its sleeves to counter the sort of ‘fine print’ unscrupulous practices that have come to be associated with private lenders like Navient, National Collegiate Trust, Discover, to name but a few.

In a recent report published by CFPB -the federal agency whose core mandate is to act as a watchdog/whistle-blower in the financial sector- there are a great deal of unethical practices that are being swept under the rug. However, despite this, the CFPB remains tight lipped as to who the exact culprits are, something that can be of great assistance to unsuspecting borrowers. So as most agencies turn a blind eye to the real problems of the day, GM Law firm has taken a hard stance against lenders who mislead borrowers and initiate manifestly unlawful debt claims contrary to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. In a nutshell, a lot of rules are being broken in the student loan arena.

The Slaying of A Giant: GM Law Firm Records a Resounding Victory Against Navient

This was supposed to make headline news but it got very little media attention for all the wrong reasons. Be that as it may, through their attorney Chantel Grant, GM Law firm managed to carry out successful defense for their client, a student who was basically being harassed by Navient, the biggest student loan lender in the U.S. In a $23.000 lawsuit in which Navient had misled and lied to their student loan client, it emerged on appeal that the loan hadn’t been secured and bundled as they claimed. GM Law firm’s gritty response to Navient’s claim proved, beyond a reasonable doubt, that they are ahead of the pack when it comes to student loan advocacy. Not only did Navient lodge  successful appeal, but they also exposed the uncanny practices of other student loan providers.

The Tragedy of Forbearance and debt Deferment: The Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

GM Law firm is on record for discrediting debt forbearance and deferment as being some of the many so-called ‘scams’ that lenders are now implementing in order to make more profit. According to GM Law firm, this practice is akin to a wolf in sheep’s clothing. At the end of the day you end up having to pay a great deal more, something that loan providers never tell borrowers. At their very core, student loan providers are greedy predators who prey on desperate and unsuspecting students whose only goal in life is to pursue the careers of their choice.

As a law firm whose services are highly personalised, they are able to cater to the individual needs of their clients. This is unlike other law firms that handle large volumes of work without having a personal connection with their clients. Steve Rhodes -a well known advocate for debt negotiation- had this to say “The problem with a high volume law practice, is that there is no personal service.” In that regard, this is a law firm that delivers on its promises.

For assistance with debt negotiation don’t hesitate to give GM Law firm a courtesy call:

OFFICE
1515 S. Federal Highway
Suite 105

PHONE
877-207-9561

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