This section addresses two similar concepts that may, in some instances, be interrelated: guardianship and the VA Fiduciary Program.
Learn about the different kinds of powers of attorney, how each works, and the requirements for each.
A summary of the basics related to wills and trusts, and how these can come into play for wounded, ill, or injured veterans.
How the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can provide certain benefits and protections to veterans and their caregivers.
Laws and how it applies to certain financial situations. Information financial difficutlies, debt collectors, student loans, tax issues, and filing for bankruptcy.
Created by the VA, it links eligible veterans involved with the local justice systems to the needed mental-health and substance-abuse treatment services and other VA services and benefits as required.
A review of the SCRA, including when it applies, what rights it provides, and how it might come into play in certain circumstances.
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