Domestic Violence: Victims and Survivors
Domestic Violence: Alleged Abuser
What is domestic violence and domestic abuse?
Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone: men, women and children. The military distinguishes between "domestic abuse" and "domestic violence." In both cases, the relationship between you and victim must be one of "intimate partner." This means your spouse or ex-spouse, someone you have a child with, or someone you lived with as if you were married.
Domestic Violence and Alleged Abusers
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Where do I get legal advice on what disablity program to apply for?
If you think you may be eligible for more than one benefit, we encourage you to begin with a private lawyer who has a military or federal administrative law background and who is familiar with the DoD benefit system. Unless you qualify for pro bono (free) legal help, you will need to pay for this advice.
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Interactive Form - Durable Power of Attorney
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