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This forum has a long history, by interent standards anyway-unfortunately it has been abandoned for far too long due to real life circumstances knocking the heck out of what had been my very real desire to keep this board alive and well forever so that all of us could meet here and communicate with each other everyday.

I'm not sure that a forum like this is even needed nowadays since the advent of facebook, etc...but I hope that this once thriving BB does bring some of us back together again and that maybe some new folks will join us as well!   
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VA disability may be garnished

VA COMPENSATION GARNISHMENT: Contrary to popular belief there are some
conditions under which VA compensation can be garnished in order to pay
alimony or child support. Although VA compensation cannot be attached or
assigned there is no statutory prohibition against garnishment of military
retired pay. Under Public Law 95-30, a veteran's disability compensation can
be garnished in order to pay alimony or child support and pursuant to a
court order, only if the veteran receives disability compensation in lieu of
an equal amount of military retired pay, in accordance with a total or
partial military retired pay waiver. In these cases, under 5 CFR 581.103
(, the
Veterans Service Center (VSC) withholds disability compensation, and makes a
payment in compliance with the garnishment order for certain categories of
payees. [Source: Title 38 U.S. Code 5301 M21-MR Part III, Subpart v,
Chapter 3, Section C 13a of Mar 08 ++]