Wage Garnishment

Is the intimidation of student loan wage garnishment is hovering over you?

WE CAN HELP YOU!

Before garnishment begins, the Department of Education must notify you of the intent to garnish your wages.

  • Student Loan Rehabilitation

One option for getting your loan out of default is loan rehabilitation. You must agree in writing to make nine voluntary, reasonable, and affordable monthly payments within 20 days of the due date, and make all nine payments during a period of 10 consecutive months.

  • Claim Financial Hardship

If wage garnishment is causing a financial hardship for you and/or your household, you can demand a hearing.

You’ll need to show not only that you are unable to pay, but that your monetary position has considerably evolved due to injury, a divorce or a cataclysmic illness. If you are unfit to provide for your basic living expenditures and can show there is a financial hardship, the wage garnishment may be suspended

If wage garnishment is causing a financial hardship for you and/or your household, you can demand a hearing. You’ll need to show not only that you are unable to pay, but that your monetary position has considerably evolved due to suspended

  • Get Help From an Expert

Getting an order of intent to garnish your wages can be extremely troublesome. You may not know what to do or if you have
any workable rights–that’s why employing an expert makes sense. At Student Debt Modifications, we’ll make sure that the information contained
in the letter is correct, that you know your rights, and figure out the options you have for ending wage garnishment.