I have several student loans with Wells Fargo which are overwhelming. I would like to take out a life insurance policy for double the amount due and sign it over to them. Will they accept a settlement like that?
I am contemplating pulling money out of my 401(k) to pay off my student loans. I owe $26K at 7.25% and using a calculation realized that if I take the full 20 years to repay my loan I will have paid over $24K in interest. If I pull $20K out of retirement I would have to pay a penalty, but wouldn't it be better than paying the $24K in interest?
I left my ex a year and a half ago and the divorce was final this last February. Almost all of the debt was in my name. I assumed $9K and he was to assume &7K by making me payments. He is not making payments and we do not have kids. Is it possible to garnish his wages?
I am very anxious writing this question but here it goes: My payment for college was past due for a couple of months at a agency and I paid off the account a month ago so I could enroll. Then once I paid the hold I thought I could enroll for spring semester. Then they told me that I had another account that I had to pay. First of all, I was only aware of one account which is "student in...
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I am wondering what hindering a secured creditor in Tennessee means exactly. What qualifies as hindering a secured creditor?
I have two loans with Nelnet. They total about 37k. Through lack of communication with my wife (we have 4 kids) we both thought we were on autopay with Nelnet. Turned out we were not. My fault, yes but Nelnet should have contacted me. Anyway, I have 90-day lates on both loans on all three CRAs. I have Lexington Law (credit removal) working on getting them removed. Anything else I can do? Can...
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Will the statute of limitations on my old credit card debt restart if I move to another state?