What happens if the Attorney General contacts me about seeking a private attorney due to unpaid student loans?
I got a letter today from The Attorney General of Ohio stating that I failed to resolve my unpaid account balance and make timely payments (on my student loans) and as a result they are in the process of referring my account to a private attorney that will be instructed to explore other avenues for collecting debt, so what exactly does this mean?
I dont know what to expect?! I already pay on one of the smaller loans (and have not missed a payment!), therefore because I am already paying that amount and barely can I cannot afford this larger one owed! I am a mother to a disabled 2 year old little boy trying to do the VERY best that I can while living at/below the Federal POVERTY levels and they expect me to pay more?! I guess what I am asking is – Is there going to be a lawsuit filed against me?! Or is this going to just be turned over to a Collections Agency?!
Ive missed 2 payments (2 months)because I am paying 4 times the payment amount this one requires to pay. I cannot afford to pay either of them. Ive tried to have the other lowered so it would give me money to spare to pay on the other but I am not allowed to change the payment amount as of right now.
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