Who is Weltman Weinberg & Reis law firm?

Weltman, Weinberg & Reis represent a group of securitized student loan servicers and debt buyers such as SLM Education Credit Finance, SLM Private Credit Student Loan Trust, NavientCredit Finance Corporation, and National Collegiate Student Loan Trust.    The student loans are in securitized, education trusts holding old student loan debt without the proper proof of debt ownership. Weltman files these cases in Michigan Courts without the proper assignment or title paperwork to prove their case. I use this knowledge to settle or eliminate my client’s debts and these lawsuits in Michigan Circuit and District Courts.

What names should I look for if Navient and SLM suing me through Weltman?

The main attorneys on all Weltman’s student loan lawsuits are Jennifer Terese Dillow and Dan Best. These attorneys specialize in suing consumers with debt collection lawsuits.  Look for their names on the Summons in your paperwork to confirm Navient, SLM and Weltman is suing you. I deal with them all the time and they know I will sue their firm if they break the law.A lawsuit or counter claim against Weltman or their client is the best approach to eliminating or settling your debt when the facts are there. Get your paperwork to us within 21 days of being served and we will provide you a free analysis to help you win.

What does a Navient or SLM lawsuit from Weltman look like?

The basic pleading or lawsuit you will receive with be barely seven paragraphs long and will have no basis of fact proving you owe the debt to Navient or SLM. In fact, any title or assignment proof fails to show you owe the debt or that they own the right to sue you. Look at the assignments and bill of sale attached to your complaint. There will never be a direct and specific assignment of your debt being sold from the original creditor to SLM or Navient. Here are Navient and SLM Complaints:

View Weltman sample complaints here

How to Beat Weltman’s SLM and Navient Lawsuits

When you hire us, first we will file a Response or an “Answer” to the Navient or SLM lawsuit to avoid a default being filed against you. If they get a default against you, they can levy or garnish your bank accounts and paycheck. You want to avoid this at all costs. So, you must file an Answer within 21 days from receiving the lawsuit. Otherwise, you lose your case no matter what proof they attached as lawsuit exhibits.

Second, file a Counter Claim showing the Court that SLM or Navient did not file or attach the proper paperwork to the lawsuit. The real paperwork is long gone from being bought and sold by different entities and debt buyers. Your counter claim shows the Court that Weltmans client has no standing to sue you and therefore they broke the law suing you. You are then entitled to money damages and attorney fees and costs. They settle lawsuits quick and will often eliminate the debt against you in any resolution of the case.

Here is Weltman’s Resident Agent Address.

The name and address of the Resident Agent:

Resident Agent Name:

NATIONAL REGISTERED AGENTS, INC.

Street Address:

40600 ANN ARBOR RD E STE 201

Apt/Suite/Other:

City: PLYMOUTH

State:

MI

Zip Code:

48170

Registered Office Mailing address:

P.O. Box or Street Address:

40600 ANN ARBOR RD E STE 201

Apt/Suite/Other:

City: PLYMOUTH

State:

MI

Zip Code:

48170

How to Settle a Debt with Weltman on a Navient or SLM debt

If you need help with a Weltman or SLM or Navient debt settlement, then contact me at 248-342-9583 or through our free evaluation form.  As a debt lawsuit defense attorney, I also offer a free legal consultationwhen you are sued by Navient or SLM. As I stated above, the best way to deal with them is to come in strong with a good defense and counter claim on their lawsuit.  As our five-star clients will tell you, the savings we offer far outweigh our legal fees and you might get money back from them in a Federal lawsuit. We do it all. Please fill out our Free Case Evaluation today.

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