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Interesting, our House of Representatives has actually held a vote on 4/10/14. 219 crazy republicans have voted to cut and end food stamps, Medicare and Medaid, Unemployment insurance, welfare and other much needed social programs. For example, there would be cuts to the Pell grant making it 10 times harder for a poor kid to get education or training needed so they can climb out of being poor. Of course, let’s not forget Obama care this budget will be taking away medical insurance from 8 million working families. After all the poor and handicap are just lazy people bleeding this country dry.

All this so they can to give poor rich people a much needed tax cuts. Poor, Poor rich people. I swear Serf-Dom is on its way back. Once we have Serf-Dom slavery is not even a half-step away.

Oh well, Once again as Ed Shultz from the Ed Show says ‘Let’s go to work’. I am not a lawyer, I am a paralegal. So what follows is in no-way to be taken as, intended to be legal advice. This is legal information only. Let us not forget when a lawyer or paralegal becomes involved your problem becomes an Issue.

Picking up on the S.C.R.A. I am constructing a second page dedicated to listing phone numbers, addresses and websites of military legal assistance organizations. I found this listing on the Department of Justice website. Theses organizations’ should and will be able to help you if you decide to pursue an S.C.R.A/Serviceman’s Civil Relief Act type of bankruptcy. If you live near a military base you can also start with local military base’s legal offices.

If you are a service member and or the service member’s spouse starting an S.C.R.A you will need to have this the information you need to have on hand when you make your 1st call:

Service member’s full and complete name, rank and current posting or where they are currently stationed. Of course don’t forget your soldier’s social security number.

Next gather together all information you can about the money matter you need help with. This includes all bills, demand letters, contracts, deeds and bills of sales. This also includes any legal documents, like Reposition demands, notices of evictions, and foreclosures’ notices. Make sure you have all this information organized in such a way you can easily find what information you need while are talking with your lawyer.

It will help to write down a list of your questions and concerns before making your 1st call and have it on top of your paperwork.

Once you have gotten all your information put together, you can make your 1st call.

SIDENOTE: Do not be surprised or appalled if after the intake operator takes your phone number and some information about your issue they tell you someone will be calling you back. This is a legal and governmental office you are dealing with after all. It could be 2 or 3 days before someone call you back but I guarantee someone will call. However if someone is pounding at your door about the debt make sure the intake operator is aware! Someone will call you back a lot sooner.
If someone from that office doesn’t call in that time frame or the collection agent starts getting scary you can call the intake operator again ask them to hurry it along.

More about the S.C.R.A next week. Then there should be a couple more S.C.R.A postings and then I will be moving on to Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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