I borrowed from Sallie Mae who apparently switched to Navient, when my daughter was in college.
The loan is now about 16000. My daughter never graduated. I can’t pay the loan at all because I only have social security to live on.
I get help from social services. Navient threatens to put me in default.
I am now 74 years old, with health problems of my own. I don’t make payments to Navient because any payment I made would eliminate food, electric and phone.
Before the depression, I used to do all right. My self-employment work stopped in 2011 before I wanted to retire. Do you have any advice for me?
Can I be sued for default? What can they take from me?
To best answer your question I absolutely need to know if these are federal student loans or private student loans Navient is managing.
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