Disabled veterans have given more to our nation than many people can possibly understand. Our veterans are guaranteed specific rights that are all too often ignored. For example, federal law dictates that VA disability compensation cannot be considered a marital asset yet every day judges rule to divide VA disability compensation in divorce cases.
Most judges are simply unaware of the law. Laws governing military service members often differ from civilian law and you need a skilled defense attorney that understands the protections guaranteed to disabled veterans. Our disabled veterans are entitled to the full amount of their benefits. VA disability benefits were established to financially support veterans so that they can pursue the full and productive life that they very much deserve.
If you are a disabled veteran receiving VA disability your compensation is tax free and protected from any attachments, garnishments or any other party. It is not an asset, it is not property and it is not considered to be income. The tireless and dedicated lawyers at The Federal Practice Group are very well-versed in veterans' disability law and they will aggressively fight to protect your rights and your VA disability compensation. You have done your part; let the compassionate and energetic lawyers at the firm fight for you.
The firm is committed to keeping fully up to date on any changes affecting veterans' disability law. The Veterans Disability Protection Act of 2010 is expected to be passed by congress and further enhance the rights afforded to disabled veterans. The court martial attorneys at the firm are always available to their clients to keep them fully informed about any developments that might impact their legal choices. They are dedicated to vigorously representing disabled veterans in their legal matters and achieving optimal results. Contact a military criminal defense lawyer from our team today!
The proven attorneys at The Federal Practice Group have over a century of combined experience successfully assisting federal employees through the most difficult periods of their lives and careers.
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