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Attorney Lawrence 'D' Pew Shares 3 Ways To Legally Avoid Student Loan Debt Payments

May 20, 2014

Chattanooga, TN (PRWEB) May 20, 2014

Student loan debts are quickly becoming burdensome to both the borrower and the economy as a whole. With the average graduate leaving college with a degree in one hand and upwards of $30,000 in student loan debt in the other, it is no surprise that so many people are finding it nearly impossible to keep up with their monthly loan repayments. It is estimated that 41% of borrowers enter default within the first five years after graduating. But, it doesn't have to be this way.

What many people don't know is that there are options for resolving student loan debt problems. There are ways to stop default, lower payments, and even find loan forgiveness. The Student Loan Rescue Team ( is on a mission to help educate borrowers about their options and find them the help they need. Lawrence 'D' Pew and his team have put together a formula for potentially avoiding the repayment of student loans.

In efforts to spread the word about these student loan debt solutions, Mr. Pew's "GRAD formula" is being featured on local television segments today and tomorrow. This past Monday at 8:15 Mr. Pew appeared on Cincinnati television Fox 19 for a segment to discuss these student loan debt solutions. He will also be appearing at 11:30am on channel WRCB / 3 Plus You in Chattanooga, TN today to give more information about these answers to student loan debt problems.

Having been an upstanding member of the Arizona Bar Association since 2006, Lawrence 'D' Pew is committed to excellence through experience. If you are drowning under your student loan debt, contact the Student Loan Rescue team for a free consultation to discuss your options for resolving your student loan debt burden by calling 855-900-GRAD (4723).

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For more information about student loan debt relief, call the Student Loan Rescue Team at 855-900-GRAD (4723) or contact us online at

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