What is Student Loan Forgiveness?
Thanks to the William D. Ford Act, it is now possible to be granted relief on your student loans through the United States Department of Education. Depending on your situation, it may be possible to have your student loans deferred, consolidated or even forgiven. Our trained experts will help you to navigate your unique situation to help get you whatever financial relief is possible given your circumstances. Call CLASS Financial today to see if you qualify (844) 236-3332.
Teacher Loan Forgiveness
The Teacher Loan Forgiveness program is probably the most beneficial of all the loan forgiveness plans available as teachers not only qualify for early forgiveness, but principal reduction as well. Teachers can be eligible for $5,000 to $17,500 in principal reduction on their loans under certain circumstances in the Teacher Loan Forgiveness program. The idea behind this principal reduction was to encourage young graduates to enter into a career of teaching, and also to continue that career. Teachers also qualify for complete loan forgiveness after 10 years of repaying their loans. For more information go to our Teacher Loan Forgiveness page.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness
You may qualify for public service loan forgiveness if you work full-time in a public service job. After making 120 payments under certain repayment plans while working full time in a public service position, the balance of your Federal Student Loan would be completely forgiven. For more information go to our Public Service Loan Forgiveness Page.
Total and Permanent Disability Discharge
A borrower may qualify for Total and Permanent Disability Discharge on their Federal Student Loans if they are unable to engage in any substantial gainful activity because of a physical or mental impairment. For more information go to our Total and Permanent Disability Loan Forgiveness Page.
Student Debt Discharge
There are a number of ways in which your loans can be Discharged. Please visit our Student Debt Discharge Page for more information.
Student Loan Consolidation
A Student Loan Consolidation allows borrowers to combine all of their federal student loans into one new loan with one lender. Sending two, three, or even four separate payments to different lenders and trying to track your loan balances, interest rates, and due dates can be quite cumbersome. The consolidated student loan will be much easier to manage and keep track of. There are many other benefits to the federal Student Loan Consolidation program as well. Please visit our Student Loan Consolidation Page for more information.
CLASS Financial is a Full Service Consulting and Document Preparation Company offering services to anyone who may need our guidance & support before, during and after the student loan consolidation & repayment process. Call 1-844-236-3332 to get your free consultation today. We work on a case by case basis and are not affiliated with the Department of Education. Our document preparation fee schedule is based on a sliding scale and is determined at the time of your consultation. The tedious application process, vast program options and time consuming document preparation has left many Americans struggling to determine which direction to go. There are many benefits in choosing a 3rd party to represent you and help navigate the benefits associated with the variety of forgiveness programs available today. We will help you find out what options you qualify for and walk you through the consolidation application process. We have services in all 50 states, and there is no up-front fee or obligation to pay for the services if you decide not to use them. You can file these papers yourself at no cost, but for a small fee our experts can assist you in choosing the best programs to apply for, to ensure you get the maximum debt reduction, avoid credit report hits or collections, or any other issues that may arise in the consolidation process. We take your privacy seriously. By clicking the button above, you agree to share your information with Premier Partners and for them to contact you (including through automated means; e.g. autodialing, text and pre-recorded messaging) via telephone, mobile device (including SMS and MMS) and/or email, even if your telephone number is currently listed on any state, federal or corporate Do Not Call list. By submitting this form, I agree to be contacted in regard to this form submit through automated means; including: autodialing, text and pre-recorded messaging via telephone and mobile devices (including SMS and MMS)*.These programs are sponsored by the US Department of Education. By submitting our form, you are not submitting for a government eligibility check. Fill in the form below and an agent will contact you regarding your consolidation status, and help you through the application process. We are not a do not claim to be affiliated with the following: any local, state or federal government agencies: Department of Education: or any student loan services, lenders or providers. We are an independent preparer of documents and forms working to assist clients with paperwork needed to complete the student loan consolidation and forgiveness process. Our services provide the preparation and completion of various student loan related forms and processes. We do not provide Legal of Financial advice. If you need Legal or Financial advice, please contact a lawyer or other professional to guide you. Please also know that you can complete these processes on your own through the Department of Education and its various entities for free. We work within the same standards and guidelines that would also be available to you. We are hired to assist our clients because of the tedious and confusing process that we have simplified due to our expertise and knowledge. Frees paid to us are for document preparation services only and are not paid directly to your lender. We do not provide debt negotiation, settlement, management, or consolidation services. We do not guarantee results as they differ from client to client. All other trademarks used on this site are the property of their respective owners.