Housing & Real Estate

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Where to find Social Service Providers

Where to get help with non-legal problems.

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Rights of People with Disabilities

Learn about the rights of persons with disabilities to access state-funded community-based services.

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"Service Animals" and "Assistance Animals:" What Are My Rights?

Learn about the federal laws that support people in need of a service animal.
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Interactive Form - Motion to Void Default Judgment

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) provides important protections if you are sued while on active duty.
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Don't Leave Money on the Table

Find out about financial support programs you may qualify to receive.

Relief for Military Tenants Under SCRA

Federal protections for relocated servicemembers
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Legal Needs Check-up Tool - Interactive Interview

Try our checklist to find legal information and where to get help with your legal issue.
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Conversation with Veteran Advocate Jim Strickland on Legal Talk Network

Listen to podcast.

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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.

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Loss-Mitigation FAQs for Veterans and Servicemembers

Loss-mitigation refers to the methods that are used by lenders to avoid having to foreclose on your home. The VA encourages its lenders to use several different loss-mitigation techniques by paying a lender for each method tried. The main goal of all of these techniques is to keep you in your home for as long as possible.