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Will I Lose VA Benefits if I Divorce My Veteran Spouse?

Published on December 5th, 2019

If you divorce your veteran spouse, you will automatically lose many, but not not necessarily all of your VA benefits. For example, you may be able to keep your military health insurance. But the main issue that is argued in divorce cases is usually the division of military retirement pay and the factoring of veterans […]

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What Medical Conditions does the VA Presume to be Service Related?

Published on December 2nd, 2019

Veterans disability compensation is available for any medical condition that was either caused or made worse by your military service. Usually, the VA will set up a compensation and pension exam during which a doctor will determine the extent of your injuries or illness and how they affect your ability to work. The VA will […]

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Can I Lose My Veterans Benefits if I Get Charged With a Crime?

Published on November 28th, 2019

If you are facing criminal prosecution, your veterans benefits may be on the line. Although criminal charges alone will not affect your benefits, a conviction for a crime that results in imprisonment may result in a reduction of your disability compensation or the suspension of your non-service connected pension payments. For this reason, you should […]

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Do I Get Extra Money From Social Security for Being a Veteran?

Published on November 25th, 2019

As a veteran, you may receive several different benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). The exact interplay between VA and SSA benefits depends on the circumstances that are specific to your case, but it is very common for veterans to receive VA disability compensation in addition to Social Security Disability Insurance. Also, veterans who […]

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How Much is VA Individual Unemployability Pay?

Published on November 21st, 2019

The exact amount of Individual Unemployability pay you receive depends on how many dependents you have. If you do not have any dependents, your monthly tax-free payment would be $3,057.13 Individual Unemployability (IU) is also called Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU). Under this program, if you are more than 60 percent disabled and unable to […]

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