Being Foreclosed Upon While Deployed In The Military? Check Your Rights Under SSCRA and SCRA

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Being Foreclosed Upon While Deployed In The Military? Check Your Rights Under SSCRA and SCRA.

The Soldiers & Sailors Civil Relief Act (SSCRA), now known as Service members Civil Relief Act of 2003 (SCRA) provides protections to active duty service members.

If you have credit card debt, mortgage payments, car payments, various loans, rent and lease payments, or face potential civil litigation, you may have protections under the act.

If you or your loved ones are facing eviction or foreclosure while you are on active duty, please check your rights immediately with competent legal advisors.

Recently, lender JP Morgan Chase acknowledged responsibility for violating soldiers rights under SCRA

See additional articles about the CHASE bank violations by following these links:


Knowing Your Rights Could Be The Difference Between Keeping Your Home Or Losing It

More information about Service members Civil Relief Act of 2003 (SCRA) can be found by clicking here.

In closing, I would like to personally like to thank all members of the military who are defending our country around the globe.

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Too bad reblogging is still “temporarily” disabled because this is a post worth reblogging to the San Diego area with all of our military personnel here. I wonder how long “temporarily” will last.

Feb 20, 2011 03:11 AM #1
Dave Halpern
Keller Williams Realty Louisville East (502) 664-7827 - Louisville, KY
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Too often I have deployed soldiers or their spouses call me to help them with a short sale of their home. They don't always know of their rights under SCRA, I always advise to first seek legal advice, especially from their military lawyers.

I also hope the reblog function gets restored. It serves a valuable purpose.

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