In making a disposition of property pursuant to section 25-318 or 25-327, a court shall not do any of the following:
----> 1. Consider any federal disability benefits awarded to a veteran for service-connected disabilities pursuant to 38 United States Code chapter 11.
-----> 2. Indemnify the veteran's spouse or former spouse for any prejudgment or postjudgment waiver or reduction in military retirement or retainer pay related to receipt of the disability benefits.
-----> 3. Award any other income or property of the veteran to the veteran's spouse or former spouse for any prejudgment or postjudgment waiver or reduction in military retirement or retainer pay related to receipt of the disability benefits.
As usual, your answer was over the top fabulous and I wanted to respond to you properly but I am in 'answering frivoulous interrogitaries and requests to produce' h*ll that my husband's attorney is apparently famous for.
Anyway, I wanted to at least accept your answer for now.
Thanks again....and 'till next time!
Once again, thanks so much! I don't have to read it and won't for a couple/three days but, rest assured, I print everything you write and refer back to it when I can breathe again or as issues you've addressed and/or answered come up.
I just hired attorney #3, and am trying to play catch-up as well many other things in life in which I have deadlines to meet. This is insane! And I don't have a paying job but I'm working 12-16 hours a day on this case!
I need a clone!!!
I still owe you one response but now I'll owe you two...your assistance and knowledge is much appreciated.
Are you SURE you don't want to at least vacation in Arizona for the winter months??
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