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Can my husbands wages be garnished if I default on my student loan?


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Answered 2010-01-04 01:20:02

Not if he did not cosign on the loans.

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this could happen, however, you are better off to hire a lawyer, or get legal aid.


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In the U.S., a garnished student loan happens when a borrower becomes Default on the outstanding loans which causes a collection company to garnish the wages of the borrower. Garnishment is when an employer deducts money from an employee's paycheck and sends it to a collection company. Garnishment of Federal Student Loans has a cap of 25%.One online company that helps default borrowers get a garnishment lifted is Default Management Services, Inc. You can Google the company for the phone #.Ask for Doug.



Yes, but you can contest it to the Dept. of Ed. Ohmbudsman office if it is a financial hardship.If you need help getting out of default, or getting a garnishment lifted, then contact Default Management Services, Inc. for help. You can Google the name for a phone #. Ask for Doug, he is knowledgeable.


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