Money & Debt
Where do I get legal advice on what disablity program to apply for?
If you think you may be eligible for more than one benefit, we encourage you to begin with a private lawyer who has a military or federal administrative law background and who is familiar with the DoD benefit system. Unless you qualify for pro bono (free) legal help, you will need to pay for this advice.
Federal Jobs for Spouses of Certain Disabled or Deceased Veterans
Can I Sue the United States if I am Injured while on Active-Duty?
Conversation with Veteran Advocate Jim Strickland on Legal Talk Network
Listen to podcast.
Military Acronym User-Guide
Military jargon involves numerous acronyms. In order to assist you, we have provided this acronym guide for your easy reference. The acronyms selected are those we found to be the most common when addressing legal issues for servicemembers, veterans and their families.
Don't Leave Money on the Table
Interactive Form - Motion to Void Default Judgment
Lawyer 2 Lawyer: Legal Issues Facing Our Veterans
Internal VBA Systems Access for Claimant and Appellant Representatives
The Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) has developed procedures to allow individuals access to VA information systems online.
Online access will only be granted for individuals:
Where to find Social Service Providers
Where to get help with non-legal problems.