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Service type
Review
Document type
Release of Liability
Location
Texas
Client type
Business
Client industry
Business
Deadline
A week
Pricing Range
$300 - $899 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
7 bids
Pages
3 pages

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Release of Liability

Pennsylvania

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

Do I have a leg to stand on as a co-signer for my grandson's student loans?

I co-signed for my grandson's student loans. He defaulted on the Sallie Mae loans so my credit rating dropped form 825 down to 625! I picked up the payments in order to stop the fall of my credit. He promised to pay but I have not seen a penny. Also I have a parent loan I didn't know about that my daughter signed me up for so I'm paying that. My question is, do I have a leg to stand on with this fiasco. I will mention that I am going on 84 years old on a fixed income so this is a burden especially since the rest of his federal loans will need to be paid starting ion October because the pandemic forgiveness will be stopped.

Angela H.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

Depending on the circumstances, if certain payment requisites have been made, one can petition to have a cosigner released from the account.

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