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Marriage for Money: US Soldiers Marry for Benefits
In addition to love, getting married offers people several incentives including tax benefits, health insurance, immigration status for non-citizens, and more. In the military, marriage comes with additional benefits: Married soldiers receive extra money and can live off-base in a larger living space. ... Read more

Some Discharged Vets Are Denied Health Benefits
Update A newly published study revealed a solid link between PTSD and dementia in one group of veterans. The study included over 10,000 veterans, age 65 and older, all with PTSD from combat duty. Researchers found they were twice as likely to develop dementia than those free of PTSD. Researchers' next ... Read more

Veterans' Reemployment - Changes in the Employer
Did you leave a civilian job to serve in the military? Have you been discharged and are now seeking employment? As a veteran, you may have a right of reemployment to your old job. The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) was passed by the federal government to allow veterans ... Read more

Wartime and Service Length Effects on VA Benefits
Have you ever served in the military? As a veteran, you're entitled to certain special benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The type and amount of these VA benefits are affected by a variety of factors. Two of the most important factors are: Whether you have wartime service The length ... Read more

Willful Misconduct and Your VA Benefits
You may be entitled to certain benefits if you serve in the military. These benefits are provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Two of the most important VA benefits are pensions and disability compensation. If you suffer from a disease or injury, these benefits may be available to help ... Read more

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Divorce Basics - Indiana

Residency Requirements: -At least one spouse must be a bona fide and continuous resident of Indiana for a minimum of 6 months before filing. (Being stationed there for the military counts.) -In ad ... Read more

Is it Legal to Spank My Child?

We all know that there are both moral and psychological debates about whether corporal punishment is good or bad for children, however we, as lawyers, only examine the level of corporal punishment tha ... Read more

Divorcing in the military? You really need to know this!

For better or worse, military spouses face unique challenges and that doesn’t change when ending the marriage. One of the first hurdles will be deciding where to file for divorce. Believe it or ... Read more

Be prepared when appearing as a witness!

If you’ve been summoned to appear in court as a witness, or must make an appearance for your family law case, it’s understandable that you may be feeling a little nervous. Everyone will be ... Read more

Dividing Thrift Savings Plans in Divorce

Do you or the spouse you’re divorcing have aThrift Savings Plan? This is a tax-deferred retirement account for members of the military and federal employees, similar to 401k plans offered by pri ... Read more

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