Vehicle repossessions under the SCRA can be complicated affairs. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act affords military members certain legal protections, including immunity from credit card debt, mortgage payments and, yes, vehicle repossessions. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t scenarios where …View more
Many lenders or business owners wonder what types of contracts servicemembers can cancel under the Service Member Civil Relief Act. They are right to show concern. Mistakes in this area can be costly.
Deployment or moving to another base can …View more
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Centralized Verification Service recently passed an important milestone after processing its millionth batch order.
Working with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Centralized Verification Service to check military status and obtain relevant paperwork for court couldn’t …View more
Bringing someone to court is virtually always a stressful experience, but matters quickly become even more complicated if the defendant is an active duty servicemember. Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, an important law that protects the civil interests of …View more
In response to media reports of active duty servicemember abuse by predatory lenders, the Department of Defense has announced a new policy designed to minimize the effects of SCRA lender abuse.
This week, the Department of Defense announced that, starting …View more
There are few individuals more likely to accidentally run afoul of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act than landlords. There are a number of statutes in place under this law that put a thumb on the scale of interactions between servicemembers …View more