Attorney Neil Sader Holding Reddit AMA for Student Loan Debt on 2/16/16!

Posted on January 27, 2016 at 12:00pm by

Is student loan debt the bane of your existence? Maybe you dream of buying a house one day, but you are stuck living in your parents’ basement with your entire income going to student loans every month? Maybe you are thinking about calling debt consolidation companies to look for better interest rates, but you are worried about your credit score? Maybe you wonder if it would really be so bad to default on everything, turn off your cell phone and move to a van down by the river?

Or maybe you’d rather be on Reddit.

Good news, Redditors. Now there’s a way for you to combine your relentless Reddit addiction and anxiety about your debt with easy and free access to pick an attorney’s brain. Attorney Neil Sader will be hosting an Ask Me Anything session (AMA) on the popular social news aggregate site on February 16th! The focus of the post will be student loans, for the most part, since they are one of the biggest financial issues facing millions of people in this country today. However, Neil will also answer questions people have about bankruptcy, foreclosure, medical debt, IRS back taxes and other financial issues.

Or, if that all sounds boring and you’d rather just know about broader topics – why the bankruptcy code was amended to disallow private student loan debt in bankruptcy, what amount of student loan debt might a young person comfortably take on and for what vocation, what is the largest amount of student loan debt our law firm has worked to get discharged or settled, how to avoid foreclosure, handle IRS back taxes, or whether Neil would rather fight 100 duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck – go ahead. Ask Me Anything.

To participate, you’ll need a Reddit account, of course, which is free and takes less time than getting to the end of this sentence would. What are you waiting for? Ditch that anxiety and we will see you there February 16th!