We are a law firm helping people to reduce student loans and other debts, including filing bankruptcy if necessary. Don't believe others who say nothing can be done about student loans - we are seeing fantastic results every day! I was formerly trial counsel for Sallie Mae and other student loan servicers in bankruptcy dischargeability cases. I "switched sides" and now represent student loan borrowers and other debtors both inside and outside of bankruptcy. Since getting rid of student loans is so difficult in bankruptcy, we have had to get creative in finding ways to reduce the debt to affordable and sustainable payments with an end in sight.
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- Student Loan Litigation Defense
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Contingent fees and costs available for most consumer protection lawsuits such as FDCPA, FCCPA and TCPA actions.
- United States District Court for the Northern Districts of Florida
- United States District Court for the Southern Districts of Florida
- United States District Court for the Middle Districts of Florida
- Christie D. Arkovich, P.A.
- Stetson University College of Law
- Honors: Cum Laude
- Activities: Stetson Law Review; State Attorney internship with Hillsborough County and clerked for the Florida Bar.
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- Florida Super Lawyers
- Tampa Bay’s Top Attorneys
- Tampa Bay Magazine
- Hillsborough County Bar Association
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association
- National Association of Employment Attorneys
- National Association of Consumer Advocates
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- Tampa Bankruptcy Lawyer Blog
- What Types of Income is Allowed Post-Disability Discharge of Federal Student Loans?
10 November 2019
- Do My Federal Student Loans Accrue Interest While I’m in School?
5 November 2019
- Very Interesting Article this Week about Certain For-Profit Schools Receiving Federal Loans Although They Were Not Actually Eligible!
25 October 2019
- Trend to Allow Separate Classification of Student Loans Is Not Always the Case
25 October 2019
- Court Connection Published Our Article on the New Student Loan Management Program Today!
22 October 2019
- How to Avoid Arbitration Clauses in Consumer Contracts — Bankruptcy Court Can Help!
20 October 2019
- Scathing Audit of the Department of Education’s Oversight of its Servicers Show 61% Noncompliance
17 October 2019
- Office for Rent for Solo Attorney in South Tampa
15 October 2019
- Upcoming Student Loan Seminars (for our attorney friends)
15 October 2019
- Q. I inherited property that I did not know about, and therefore never paid the mortgage or received any notifications
- A: You should retain a foreclosure defense attorney who can file a response with the court on your behalf and gain you some time. That attorney can help determine what is owed on the property, and if there are any other liens other than the mortgage. If the property is worth less than what is owed, you may not have any interest in saving or selling. If it has equity though, there are various options you can take to preserve any inheritance.