These resources are intended for advocates, lawyers and non-lawyers. They are designed to help you in your work with veterans and service members. They are not intended for the lay person and should not be considered client education material.
The Fair Housing Act at Work
The FHA and Assistance Animals A combat veteran of the Gulf War rented a condo in a community managed by a condominium association. He found it difficult to cope with his psychiatric disabilities while living alone. He did not think that he would be able to continue to…
VA Pension Cheat Sheet
A cheat sheet to quickly figure out if a veteran is eligible for VA Pension
Uniformed Services Former Spouse's Protection Act (USFSPA)
The Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act (USFSPA), 10 U.S.C. 1408, accomplishes two things:
Requesting Records from a Theater of Conflict
Process for Requesting Records from a Theater of Conflict (e.g. Iraq/Afghanistan) Stored in a Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) 1. Contact any military Medical Treatment Facility’s Patient Administration Division, stateside or deployed, and request specifically deployed…
VA Disability Compensation and Divorce: Facts and Fallacies
Thanks to Mark Sullivan, prominent leader in family law matters involving veterans, for sharing this Q & A with Stateside. This is part of a series of "Legal Eagle" publications produced by Mr. Sullivan. THE LEGAL EAGLE
Student Loans to Servicemembers: Report on Servicing Abuses
The CFPB continues to find widespread problems with student loan servicing, including loans of servicemembers.
2015 Law Review Article on Providing Quality Service to Post-9/11 Veterans
How to help returning veterans use their GI Bill benefits to train and reintegrate.
SCRA and "End of Service" Orders
As noted in an article entitled"Terminating rental leases at the expiration of a term of service under the SCRA" in the general resource section, JAG officers do advise clients that the SCRA applies to the "end of service" order as well as orders changing duty stations.