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$2.9 Million Veterans Study

By | VA Disability

A $2.9 million study to explore risk factors that contribute to suicides, self-harm, and early mortality among military veterans is about to get underway, with University of Alabama researchers, Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, and America’s Warrior Partnership working together on the study. The study, named Operation Deep Dive, aims to create…

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VA Advisory Committee

By | VA Disability

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs recently appointed a new chairwoman and four new members to the Advisory Committee on Women Veterans.  The committee is an expert panel that advises the VA Secretary on programs and issues that are important to women veterans, caregivers, and their families. VA Secretary…

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Bankruptcy to the Rescue

By | Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

There are numerous reasons why people turn to bankruptcy.  It could be because they lived beyond their means for too long, or medical bills piled up, or a change in employment caused their debt to outweigh their income. The psychological impact of bankruptcy can be serious.  Some people think declaring…

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NYS 2018 Legislative Session

By | Employment Discrimination

Before the first day of the state legislative session, Governor Cuomo set the tone to take on sexual misconduct in society. During his State of the State Address, he said that he would prevent the use of public money to fund settlements and introduce legislation to prohibit confidentiality agreements related…

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Bankruptcy Exemptions

By | Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

A bankruptcy exemption is the value of property owned by a debtor in bankruptcy that cannot be touched by creditors or a bankruptcy trustee.  The debtor will keep this property, and it cannot be taken by creditors or a bankruptcy trustee to pay his or her debts. Determining which property…

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