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115 N Ankeny Boulevard, Ankeny, IA 50023

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1067 Highway 6 East, Iowa City, IA 52240

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  • I currently have a small private student loan that was credited to me by Iowa Student Loan Liquidity Corp. It's only about $1200, which isn't much to most people, but to me it's a lot. Here's the short story: The loan was supposed to be on forbearance, but then the lender took the loan off forbearance before they were supposed to. I was not notified, nor did I receive any statements saying I needed to make a payment. So I continued not to pay. Then my loan went to default which was also without my knowledge. Now I am receiving calls from a guy who works in the collections dept. He is unwilling to let me make payments I can afford. He called my last payment "a joke". He says either I come up with the money TOMORROW or he will send it to the legal dept. My family is barely scraping by the way it is. I have to stay home w/my daughter bc we can't afford daycare. My husband brings in maybe $23000 a yr. With our bills, we can't afford anything else. What should I do?
  • First thing you need to do is accept the fact that the bill collector is an idiot. On average, they spend less than 90 days on the job before they burnout. They are trained to use scare tactics and to tweak your emotions because their research tells them that if you get emotional, you are more likely to make a payment. They hate their jobs. Next, you should contact an attorney in your area. Many of them will see you and only charge you a small fee relative to the $1200. Some of them hate bill collectors so much, they won't charge you anything. (Probably hoping for a counter-suit). You need to review the Federal Fair Debt Collection Act. It sounds like this idiot may be in violation of the Act. If they failed to notify you by certified mail of the change in your loan status, they may have a serious problem. Do not be nice to the idiot. Do not apologize to the idiot. Tell him that you believe that he is in violation of federal law concerning the collection of debts. You or your attorney can demand that he provide you with written proof of the validity of the debt. At that point, all other action must stop until proof is obtained. Advise him that you are keeping notes of every interaction that you have with him or his company and that you will report misbehavior to the FTC. Hang up on him a couple of times - that really shifts the paradigm. Sounds combative, huh? It's the only thing they respond too. Meanwhile, you need to have a yard sale, put stuff on Ebay, get a part-time job, and round up $1200. Proverbs 22:7 says that "the rich shall rule over the poor and the borrower is a slave to the lender." God knew what He was talking about.
  • First, the collections agent is on commission. He gets paid based on how much he collects so he is going to he difficult, threatening, and unwilling to work with you. You should have a contract from when you took out the loan. If they did indeed violate the contract you may have some leverage. If they did not violate the agreement, then they have the leverage. In any event, you need to pay back the loan. The question is, will they work with you? Bypass the collections company and try to contact the lender directly. Most reputable lenders will be more than happy to work with you. So, I personally would contact a lawyer. If you know any lawyers through church or civic groups, they may be willing to tell you your options as a favor. You could also call legal aid.
  • Real simple,if the idiot calling wont accept your payment,tell him to go jump off a bridge,and words like legal department are just words to scare you, he is the legal department,try changing your home phone number,if he continues,the worst that can happen is it goes on your credit,but credit can always be reestablished later.
  • Just keep paying as much as you can pay. If he "sends it to the legal department," there isn't much they can do. I'm not even sure if they can garnish your husband's wages, because the loan is in your name and not his. No matter what, they can't make you pay when you can't.
  • Pay it off, so that new students can borrow it and also have the chance at an education.
  • I owe $32,000.00 in student loans! I wish i only had to pay $1200!!!
  • pay it thats all u can do
  • First, be sure you complete the FAFSA and take the maximum in Stafford Loans. If you are "dependent" and your parents are denied a PLUS loan, there is more Stafford available. Second, most lenders will require a cosigner, but your financial aid officer will know of any banks that serve your region with loans that do not require a cosigner. Iowa Student Loan has one called "Scholar's Advantage". The downside is there is a 9% loan fee and the interest rate is about 9%. It's limited to region, but there may be others. Third, if you cannot find any affordable loan options, you really should consider starting at a less expensive school until you repair your credit. Talk to your financial aid staff...they should offer some suggestions.
  • Citibank has a student loan u can apply for without a co-signer. But since you have poor credit I am not sure if you will be approved; its worth a shot and you dont have to pay back til way after you graduate. You could also check out TERI.ORG, its a site that will give you MANY different loan options with or without co-signers.
  • I would agree with the above suggestion, but I would like to add a very strong warning against private student loans through places like Wells Fargo because you will easily pay 3 times the amount of the loan in interest. I would take this seriously as my fiance took a $12,000 loan out and after interest (only if we don't pay it down beforehand) the total payments will amount to $52,000. Obviously we are paying this down before that happens, but be careful. Without a co-signer and insufficient/poor credit you may get approved, but the interest rate could be sky-high. Side note: They told us the rate would be 9.75% (I know, high) but failed to initially mention that was in addition to whatever the prime rate is.
  • You don't need a co-signer. Just fill out the aid forms at the school. They are not like buying a car.
  • You could try a social loan club. Robert Resumecrazy
  • FAFSA loans do not have anything to do with credit.
  • Your grammar and spelling make me think that maybe you need to go back to your free high school first.
  • I have 4 difft student loans. I need to consolidate into one payment. I need to still have the option to defer later when return for grad school. The ting is, I want a really good interest rate and I have difft types of loans. I have private loans and other loans. I have salie mae, federal direct, iowa student loan liquidity, and ECSI. Really need help on who to consolidate with and which loans I can consolidate. Please help
  • Most private student loans can't be consolidated,so when you do decide to consolidate make sure they are very clear as to what loans are being consolidated.I talk to people everyday who mistakenly thought their private loans were consolidated with their federal loans and they end up in collections
  • Don't consolidate now, wait until after you finish grad school because you can only consolidate once. That and the fact that you will never truly be able to consolidate all of them anyway because you can't consolidate federal loans and private loans together. You will always have more than one payment and your interest rates will still be higher than what you are paying now. Not to mention when you consolidate you lengthen the time you pay on the loan... meaning you'll pay much much more in the long run in interest. Consolidation is not something that really benefits you, it just gives banks the opportunity to take more of your money.
  • Don't combine your public and private loans, and wait until after grad school! You only get one chance to do this!! Here's an article with more info on how to consolidate student loans (linked). Hope it helps!
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  • can he make me pay any of the bills if my name isn't on any of the bills like credit card,loans and it is in all his name and i have no income because i was a homemaker? am i intilled to half the tax money he will be getting this year? (i was a homemaker with no income) if he cheated and has his girlfriend living with him ans her kids and i don't feel that he is a good character or his girlfriend and there is no papers yet set for visitation and the kids are living with me do i have the right to demand i be there during visitation? do they calculate child support by income of 2008 or 2007 if the divorce won't be finalized intill 2009? thank you for any help you can give me
  • Iowa is referred to as an "equitable distribution" state. When the parties are unable to reach a settlement, the District Court will take the following approach to dividing the assets; First, it will go through a discovery process to classify which property and debt is to be considered marital. Next, it will assign a monetary value on the marital property and debt. Last, it will distribute the marital assets between the two parties in an equitable fashion. Equitable does not mean equal, but rather what is deemed by the District Court to be fair. Upon the termination of any marriage, the court shall divide all property, except inherited property or gifts received by one party, equitably between the parties after considering all of the following: 1. The length of the marriage. 2. The property brought to the marriage by each party. 3. The contribution of each party to the marriage, giving appropriate economic value to each party’s contribution in homemaking and child care services. 4. The age and physical and emotional health of the parties. 5. The contribution by one party to the education, training or increased earning power of the other. 6. The earning capacity of each party 7. The desirability of awarding the family home or the right to live in the family home for a reasonable period to the party having custody of the children, or if the parties have joint legal custody, to the party having physical care of the children. 8. The amount and duration of an order granting support payments to either party and whether the property division should be in lieu of such payments. 9. Other economic circumstances of each party, including pension benefits, vested or unvested, and future interests. 10. The tax consequences to each party. 11. Any written agreement made by the parties concerning property distribution. 12. The provisions of an antenuptial agreement. 13. Other factors the court may determine to be relevant in an individual case. (Iowa Code - Sections 598.21) Since Iowa is an "Equitable Distribution" state, all marital property will be divided in an equitable fashion according to the court unless agreed to otherwise by the divorcing spouses. The court may order maintenance to one spouse for a temporary or permanent amount of time after considering all of the following: 1. The duration of the marriage. 2. The age and health of the parties. 3. The property award 4. The level of education of each party. 5. The earning capacity of the party desiring maintenance 6. The feasibility of the party seeking maintenance becoming self-supporting at a standard of living reasonably comparable to that enjoyed during the marriage, and the length of time necessary to achieve this goal. 7. The tax repercussions 8. Any agreements made by the parties 9. The provisions of an antenuptial agreement. 10. Other factors the court may determine to be relevant in an individual case. (Iowa Code - Sections 598.21, 598.22 and 598.32) In Iowa, the court shall consider the following factors when making a custody decision: 1. Whether each parent would be a suitable custodian for the child. 2. Whether the psychological and emotional needs and development of the child will suffer due to lack of active contact with and attention from both parents. 3. Whether the parents can communicate with each other regarding the child’s needs. 4. Whether both parents have actively cared for the child before and since the separation. 5. Whether each parent can support the other parent’s relationship with the child. 6. Whether the custody arrangement is in accord with the child’s wishes or whether the child has strong opposition, taking into consideration the child’s age and maturity. 7. Whether one or both the parents agree or are opposed to joint custody. 8. The geographic proximity of the parents. 9. Whether the safety of the child, other children, or the other parent will be jeopardized by the awarding of joint custody or by unsupervised or unrestricted visitation. 10. Whether a history of domestic abuse exists. (Iowa Code - Section 598.41) In Iowa, as with all other states, the court will always be looking out for the best interests of the children. What you want or your spouse wants is not really relevant until the court says it is. Many parents go to custody hearings not realizing that they must portray themselves as the best custodial parent rather pleading to the court that they simply deserve the children. The court would much prefer the parents to decide who should have custody, but if they can’t, the court will do it for them. You can also read more about Iowa child custody in the Iowa state statutes located at: http://www2.legis.state.ia.us Either or both parents may be ordered to pay a reasonable and necessary amount of child support. Child support payments may b
  • The bills: You are not in a community property state, the judge would usually split the bills fairly between the two of you. Since you're a homemaker and have no income, he may be given more of the bills, until you're able to find a suitable job. It just all depends on the specifics of your marriage.... You can request supervised visitation however its not likely to be granted unless you can prove the father or girlfriend is unfit or unsafe. If you cannot prove that, then supervised visitation will not be granted. If the divorce is finalized in 2009 they will base the child support off of his take home pay from 2008.
  • depends on how long you ve been married. usually five years is enough to get alimony (lifestyle). he will have to pay you to live in the similar environment he provided for you for those years you ve been married. tax refund is on both of your names if he claims you as a dependent, which he does i am sure. so, just take it off of the account. and if you have the joint one, just clean it out. as far as his bills, then no, he cant demand that from you unless he dies and you are the beneficiary (only if you are still legally maried), you will be liable for his debts. the problem will be with custody. and that is the one you should get an attorney for. if he wants to hit you where it hurts the most, he will be claiming he provided for them all that time, and they will be better off with him. unless you get good alimony, house, etc and job. unless there was an abuse, you have no grounds for supervised visitations. your best bet is joint custody. depending on your situation you might get a full custody, child support and he will be able to visit, but this looks like all he has to do is to fight you in court and he has a good chance of getting at least a joint custody. good luck
  • I would begin with a good divorce attny. He/she will appropriately answer all those current questions + many questions you haven't even considered. For starters, see the following: Good Luck! http://www.divorcesource.com/info/divorc...
  • Im looking to attend my first year of college and I am absolutely torn between University of Missouri and Iowa State University. I have a 4.33 GPA and I want to join the greek system when I get there. My family also has a decent income but Ive been looking into student loans that will help me financially. Has anyone attended either of these schools? If so, what did you like best and least?
  • Pre-med is 10-12 courses that you have to complete in order to be admitted to med-school. You can take any major so long as you complete the pre-reks. Realistically, you need as close to 4.0 in those courses to be taken seriously. You also need a dynamite MCAT score. Both of the schools you listed have the resources to provide you with an excellent education. Academically, they are very close in ranking. ISU is #101 and Mizzou is #97. If you are looking at student loans, you need to keep your costs down. You are much better off at the school that leaves you with the least debt after 4 years. That is the place I suggest. Good luck FWIW - If you really want to get the med school admission committee's attention, obtain a degree in biomedical engineering from an ABET-accredited program. In that case, St. Louis U, Wash U. and U of Iowa are the places to consider.
  • Sadly, if you reside in Iowa then you might be viewed an out of state scholar and can have to pay the higher tuition. There are some instances that this can be changed. If you happen to would move to Missouri previous to attending the college then you will qualify for in state tuition. When you would transfer into the district one of these Maryville then it's even cheaper. No longer certain what your crisis is however, look at your whole choices.
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  • Divorce laws differ from state to state, and how your debt will be divided depends largely on where you live and whether you live in a Community Property State or an Equitable Distribution State. There are nine Community Property States: Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin. Couples living in Alaska can “opt in” for community property, and Puerto Rico is a community property jurisdiction. The remaining 41 states are known as Equitable Distribution States (or Common Law States). In general terms, if you live in an Equitable Distribution State, debt that’s incurred during a marriage is the joint responsibility of both parties, provided both parties are co-signers on the account (mortgage, credit card, etc.). In other words, if your wife opened a credit card account in her name only, then only she is responsible for that debt. However, In Community Property States, both spouses are responsible, even if only one incurred the debt. Of course, once you and your wife have separated, the rules change. Any debt incurred after you separate is the sole responsibility of the person who made the charges. The wrinkle here is that “the moment of separation” varies from state to state. In some states, you need to legally declare a separation. In others, a legal separation is not required; you’re separated once you start living apart. "Can college loans get divided in Iowa court when you took classes during marriage on her request?" Again this depends on the state you live in. Seek legal council. The last thing you need is to be on the hook for debt that she should help pay off.
  • Yeah, everything provable and in the open, what's hidden or claimed spent isn't there in the eye's of the court, your lawyer has to dig for it.
  • Generally, everything should be split down the middle..
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