Our Fees2018-10-25T06:26:36+00:00


Client agrees to pay a one time, non-recurrent Document Preparation Fee in accordance with the Service Agreement signed by the client for a Federal Student Loan Consolidation or Alternative Repayment Plan through the Department of Education.

Silver Lion Student Loan Advisors is Not affiliated with or endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education.

The Document Preparation Fee is as follows:

  • Program Change
  • Consolidation/Default for Loans Under $10,000
  • Consolidation/Default for Loans Over $10,000
  • Rehabilitation
  • Garnishment
  • $495.00
  • $795.00
  • $995.00
  • $1295.00
  • $1495.00

The fee shall be paid in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the Service Agreement signed by the client.

Additional services free of charge

Assistance with annual income re-certification

Each year on an income-based repayment plan you must provide documents to substantiate your income. Silver Lion Student Loan Advisors, LLC will perform this task for the duration of your loan. Contact us when the re-certification letter comes and we will help you through the rest!

Consulting along the way

You can always reach out to us for the duration of your loans with questions you may have. We are here to assist you with professional advice during your loan repayment term and strive to make sure you are informed and comfortable with your student loans. Furthermore, if you go back to school and incur additional student loan debt we assist with setting the new loans up on the best path forward as well.

Client acknowledges that the Document Preparation Fee paid to Silver Lion Student Loan Advisors is for the preparation of documentation in accordance with the Service Agreement.

The Document Preparation Fee is NOT sent to the Department of Education or current loan holder. The Document Preparation Fee is paid to Silver Lion Student Loan Advisors for the services provided in accordance with  the Service Agreement.

Like filing a tax return, you can apply for a student loan consolidation without professional assistance and without charge at http://studentloans.gov/