The Student Loan Guide for Parent Borrowers and Cosigners

The Student Loan Guide for Parent Borrowers and Cosigners

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Think student loan debt just impacts students? Think again. Each year, parents take out millions of dollars in federal Parent PLUS loans to finance their child's college education. And each year, millions of relatives, spouses, friends, and acquaintances cosign a private student loan so that someone else can pay for school. When things go wrong, these well-meaning people are hit with crushing debt, collections calls, or even lawsuits. Navigating out of trouble is a horrendous experience. Attorney Adam S. Minsky, author of Student Loan Debt 101, is a leading expert in student loans. He is renowned as a pioneer in student loan law as the founder of one of the first law firms in the country devoted entirely to helping student borrowers and others affected by student loans. This is a practical guide to federal parent loans and cosigned private student loans that will help you avoid problems, and show you some options if you're already in trouble.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 150 x 222 x 6mm | 100g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507815956
  • 9781507815953

About Adam S Minsky

Adam S. Minsky founded the first law office in Massachusetts devoted entirely to assisting student loan borrowers, and he is one of the only attorneys in the country practicing in this area of law. Atty. Minsky provides counsel, legal assistance, and direct advocacy for borrowers on a variety of student loan-related matters, including student loan management, administrative disputes with loan holders, and default prevention and resolution. He has been interviewed by major national publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, and The Chronicle of Higher Education, and he has published multiple articles on student loan-related topics. Atty. Minsky has also served as faculty for continuing legal education seminars on the topic of student loan law, and he regularly speaks to students, graduates, and advocates about the latest developments in higher education financing. He maintains a nationally recognized blog on student loan-related issues at www.BostonStudentLoanLawyer.com. Atty. Minsky received his undergraduate degree, with honors, from Boston University, and his law degree from Northeastern University School of Law. He is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates. Atty. Minsky lives near Boston, Massachusetts.show more