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Reapplying for a Security Clearance After a Denial or Revocation

“I will never be able to get a security clearance again after this denial.” That is a common thought that many people feel after having a clearance denied or revoked. However,…

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Understanding Your FERS Disability Retirement Eligibility

If you are no longer able to perform your job at a productive level, whether you are a current federal employee or have just left your agency within the past year, you may be…

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Breaking Up for Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s season is in full swing, it may seem like everyone around you is engaging in romantic activities with their partner. However, for some, this time of year is a…

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What Happens To Maintenance & Child Support if my Ex Dies?

Divorce can be a complicated process with uncertain results, especially when it comes to the issues of spousal maintenance and child support. Many married couples structure their…

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What Military Medical Providers Need to Know About Adverse Privileging Actions and Quality Assurance Investigations?

The Department of Defense employs civilians, contractors, and service members to provide medical and mental health care to dependents, military members, and retirees/veterans. Of…

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Survivor Benefit Plan and Marriage/Divorce

The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) is a benefit afforded to military retirees to ensure a continuous lifetime annuity for their dependents after the service member dies. The benefit…

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What Information is Needed to Draft a Prenup in New York?

Couples anticipating marriage often view a prenuptial agreement as an infringement on their love and trust for one another. However, it’s worth considering that marriage is more…

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The FY23 NDAA and its Potential Impacts on the Practice of Law

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) was signed by the President on December 23, 2022. The FY23 NDAA brought about changes that can affect the…

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Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel for Home Buyers in 2023?

With the housing market oscillating from a buyer’s market to a buyer’s nightmare throughout the pandemic, many are optimistic that 2023 will give buyers some more leverage as…

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Can a Divorced Spouse Collect Social Security from Their Former Spouse?

As you near retirement, you may realize that your ideal life does not include your current partner. This isn’t an uncommon thought, as reports by the U.S. Census Bureau…

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