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What is the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)?

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Last updated on 05/17/2021 at 7:45 pm

Individuals in active duty military service sacrifice their time, energy, and often even their financial stability for the sake of their country. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, or SCRA, was created to ease some of the difficulties that military personnel face as a result of making those sacrifices. The SCRA can assist servicemembers with certain financial and legal obligations while they are on active duty so that they may dedicate themselves to their service without the worry of certain financial burdens back home.

What can the SCRA do for you

Are members of the National Guard eligible for SCRA benefits?

What do I need to do to get SCRA benefits and protections?

When do SCRA protections start and end?

Specific Services the SCRA Offers - Can SCRA help me with my loans?

Can SCRA help me end my apartment or house lease early?

How can SCRA impact my car or truck lease or purchase contract?

Can I get out of my cell phone contract with SCRA?

What if a judgment is made against me in while I’m in the service?

What are civil proceedings, and what protections does the SCRA offer for them?

What do you need to do to postpone civil proceedings?

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