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  • Statutes of Limitations
    Statutes of Limitations

    Q. I forgot about a debt from 10 years ago. Now they are threatening to sue me. Can they get a judgment after 10 years? A. The principal statutes of limitation in Illinois are 4 years for the sale or ...

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  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ILLINOIS COLLECTION CASES
    IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ILLINOIS COLLECTION CASES

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ILLINOIS COLLECTION CASES If you are sued by a debt buyer : If you never dealt with the entity that is suing you, it is probably a debt buyer rather than the original ...

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  • Illinois Institute of Art lawsuit
    Illinois Institute of Art lawsuit

    The National Student Legal Defense Network (NSLDN) and Edelman Combs Latturner & Goodwin, LLC filed a class action lawsuit in Cook County, Illinois Circuit Court on December 6, 2018 on behalf of ...

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  • Navient
    Navient

    We are currently representing student loan borrowers with complaints about Navient, the third largest student loan servicer in the United States. One complaint is that Navient steered borrowers toward ...

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  • Potential claims and defenses:  collection agencies and collection / foreclosure attorneys
    Potential claims and defenses: collection agencies and collection / foreclosure attorneys

    Please contact us if any of the following debt collectors have attempted to collect money from you within the last year Collection agencies Aargon Agencies AFNI Allied Interstate Alltran Financial ARS ...

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  •  What is the statute of limitations on student loans?
    What is the statute of limitations on student loans?

    Q. What is the statute of limitations on student loans? A. Federal loans do not have a statute of limitations, if they are held by one of the entities describe in 20 U.S.C. §1091a. These are (a) an ...

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