How do servicemembers get SCRA interest benefits? They used to have to formally request them, but that isn’t always the case anymore.
The government fined Sallie Mae and its former subsidiary Navient Solutions several years back for charging active-duty servicemembers …View more
Close to 1,000 servicemembers will be receiving portions of a rather large settlement reached between the U.S. government and several mortgage servicers regarding their SCRA violation.
U.S. Justice Department announced that it has reached a settlement with five mortgage servicing …View more
Even if you are a respected judge, you are not above scrutiny for a failure to abide by the statutes of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.
According to North Carolina court documents, Judge Brenda Branch of the General Court of …View more
While large banks are generally more prepared for compliance with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act than smaller businesses and individuals, they still sometimes find themselves on the wrong side of this strictly enforced law, leading to fines and other penalties.…View more
All too often, servicemembers assume that their protections under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) are tantamount to absolute immunity from suit because of the rights enjoyed by the servicemember pursuant to the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”). That is …View more