She owns property with her husband assessed at 20,000 and a vehicle appraised at 5,000, they are quite poor, why she was even given a loan in the first place is beyond me. Other than attempt to garnish wages that can be garnished or take / put a lien on property, that's all they can do correct?
So it is essentially just an unsecured debt now
like a credit card
What type of local attorney would you recommend I consult to help with this
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