38 States Attorney Generals (and DC) have reached a $1.8 Billion settlement deal with Navient. Here are the details. (Settlement not yet approved by the Court).
Once you’ve watched the video, take a quick survey to see if you qualify under the settlement.
can a debtor in active ch 13 participate in the forgiveness program
If you’re talking about the Navient settlement that discharges private loans, being in a bankruptcy doesn’t factor into this. The question is if the loan fits the requirements – being in default and then fitting one of the three situations. If Navient filed a POC, you should contact them and find out if this loan is one that falls under the settlement. It could change the plan payments.
If I fall into the requirements, should it matter that I now, currently, live in a state that doesn’t have a supporting attorney general. I have already overcame an initial lawsuit versus Career Education Corp. circa 2008, and feel as if I fit into settlement lawsuit versus navient. Soon thereafter switched to nelnet, now aidvantage, but originally sallie mae.
Any help is much appreciated
If you “switched” to nelnet, and now aidvantage, you’re discussing a Federal loan, and you only qualify for $260 at best. The fact that you’re in a state not included means you’re not going to get a check for $260. Not much of a loss, really.