As a servicemember, you and your family have made tremendous sacrifices for our nation. One of our country’s many ways to repay the debt owed to our brave men and women in uniform is through the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) protection. If you’re being taken advantage of by a creditor, contact an Arizona Servicemembers Civil Relief Act lawyer at Stone Rose Law. Regardless if you are stationed at Yuma Proving Grounds, Fort Huachuca, Luke AFB, or Davis-Monthan AFB, we can help.
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) is a comprehensive federal law that grants military members relief from certain actions. Such as outstanding debts, mortgage payments, taxes, lease terminations, and more. The SCRA can:
The SCRA can work to save you money and save your credit report from derogatory information. It is a powerful piece of federal legislation that works to benefit a great deal of servicemembers. Learn more about its benefits by speaking with an Arizona military attorney experienced in SCRA compliance.
Compliance with the SCRA is not an option – it is mandatory. The failure of a creditor to comply with the provisions of the SCRA may result in the creditor paying you for your losses and other damages resulting from their failure to obey the law. They may also be responsible for paying your attorneys’ fees in addition to statutory fines. Fortunately, the vast majority of these issues resolve without going to court! In the event they do go to court, our Arizona SCRA attorneys can help.
Are you being taken advantage of by a creditor who refuses to follow the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act? The Arizona SCRA attorneys at Stone Rose Law are dedicated to resolving these issues quickly and efficiently to ensure that you are fully protected by the SCRA. Contact the dedicated SCRA lawyers at Stone Rose Law now for a free consultation today. Fill out a contact form online or call our law office at (480) 498-8998.