Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
Military Criminal Defense Lawyer
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, the SCRA, was signed into law by President Bush on December 19, 2003. The new law is a revised version of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act and provides important protection to members of the US armed forces. While protecting our country, many servicemen and women face hardship in meeting financial obligations, rent or mortgages back at home. If you are experiencing hardship at home while serving your country overseas, you should contact a proven criminal defense lawyer who is familiar with the complicated legal issues faces by our men and women in uniform. Under the SCRA, military members may be entitled to many types of financial relief including:
- Mortgage Relief
- Termination of Leases
- Protection from Eviction
- Reopening Default Judgments
- 6 % Cap on Interest Rates
- Employment protection for Reservists who have been mobilized
The Federal Practice Group is a law firm that is dedicated to serving the men and women of the United States armed forces. Their experienced team of lawyers can serve you anywhere in the world, even in combat environments. The SCRA provides many protections for service personnel serving the United States. In fact, the Supreme Court has stated that the SCRA must be interpreted with an open and welcoming approach to those who have left their lives at home to serve abroad. You may be able to be granted relief for any burdens at home. The firm will work hard to help you ease those burdens.
Protecting You from Financial Stress
With extensive experience successfully protecting servicemen and women both here at home and around the world, the firm has an established track-record that allows their clients to feel confident that they are being aggressively defended by a committed court martial attorney dedicated to achieving the best possible results. While you are serving your nation, let the firm serve you and your best interests. They may be able to protect your financial future under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.