Is there anything in the Soliders and Saiolrs Act that can help stop such a process, especially since the notice of default has been done and the house is already scheduled for sale?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:36 PM on Jul. 23, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by Anonymous at 2:39 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
Answer by NotPanicking at 2:45 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
Hmm..You can use the SSCRA to delay court proceedings, but it seems like you've already passed that point. Tell your husband/SO to talk to the legal dept in his unit.
Good luck :(
Answer by SRiveroC at 2:54 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 4:02 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 4:07 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 4:44 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
He can get into a ton of trouble. How and why did the home get foreclosed? His chain of command is going to be super pissed when they find out about it. They will ask him where in f-ing hell is his money going to. His entire paycheck is non taxable. they give you like 1500 more a paycheck at least for simply being deployed. There are not many places to be spending his money over there either. It is not going to be pretty at all. I have seen others go through it it was usually the spouse spending the soldiers money unwisely. Like I'm gonna go buy me a brand new car straight out with out having to make payments, along with a boat and some other cool stuff. One guy had to come state side to get a divorce from his wife she was spent all his money on her new boyfriend. I myself came back from deployment with 50,000 in my account and that was after paying child support and my mom had an atm credit card for any other expenses
Answer by lady-J-Rock at 4:49 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 7:01 PM on Jul. 23, 2009
Next question overall
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