Administrative Wage Garnishment (AWG) Resolution
Get Help With Student Loan Defaults
Amongst the most misunderstood concepts of student loan default is the Administrative Wage Garnishment (AWG). Through the use of various financial strategies, our legal team can help you avoid administrative wage garnishment and resolve your student loan defaults. Our central goal is to help you obtain good standing and get back on track for a solid financial future. We have ample experience working with clients dealing with mounting student debt, and we want to help you, too.
About Administrative Wage Garnishment & Student Loans
If you defaulted on your student loans, the Department of Education can collect past-due amounts via an administrative wage garnishment (AWG), which allows the government to garnish your paycheck without obtaining a court order first.
The government must give you written notification of the proposed garnishment and an opportunity to challenge the AWG. You typically must request a hearing within 30 days of receipt of the notice. If you fail to do so, the garnishment may proceed, but it can be halted if you are successful at your hearing.
If an AWG has already begun and no legal defenses apply, then by entering into a rehabilitation agreement and making five rehabilitation payments, the garnishment will be suspended.
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