Law and the practice of law is not an exact science. Unfortunately Judges and attorneys get it wrong a good percentage of the time. Many times the law is flat out wrong and misused against innocent people for absolutely no legitimate reason whatsoever. For example the laws during the 1950s and 60s which required Black […]
Some spouses walk away from the marriage with half or more of the veteran’s disability compensation as alimony.
This appeared in the Washington Times on the 11th of July. According to the Times;”911 tapes: Table of doctors did nothing while VA patient died
Between the epidemic of veteran and active duty suicides and deaths at the hands of the Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare system, we are killing this country’s most valuable National Treasures, our military personnel.
In December 17, 2011, I published an article titled; “Veteran Court Conspiracy Exposed” and in January 2012 an article titled; “Nevada Attorney Needs skinning”.
he moment approaches as June 23, 2014 rolls around with what could be a decisive decision, whether defamation damages will be awarded to attorney Marshal S. Willick and his law firm, on the alleged actions of Mr. Gene D. Simes and Mr. Jere Beery.
Defamation lawsuit draws near for two disabled combat wounded Vietnam veterans, as they prepared their own defense for a June 23, 2014 jury trial before the 8th District Court in Clark County.
A lawsuit set to be heard on June 23, 2014 before the 8th District Court, Clark County could be a deciding factor on whether veterans’ disability can be used to satisfy a civil judgment.
“My ex-wife didn’t serve in Vietnam, I did. She wasn’t forced to killed people, I was. She wasn’t the one severely wounded, I was.
Last weekend I was standing in the checkout line at our local Wal-Mart when I overheard a conversation between the cashier and a customer.
New garnishment policy enacted by the US Department of Treasury. Below is the explanation of the new policy enacted by the US Department of the Treasury.
In today’s world marriages which last a lifetime are extremely rare. In our society today, failed marriages and divorce are common place.
Do you pay federal income taxes every year? Do you think you know where your tax dollars are going?
The explosion took both of her legs off below the knees, and almost completely destroyed her right arm. Trauma to her pelvis had rendered Linda Jane unable to conceive a child.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a recognized condition associated with traumatic events which an individual lives through.
On Monday July 4th the Huston Coalition of Pastors will head up a peaceful demonstration at the Houston National Cemetery in Texas.
In early October of last year a team from Operation Firing For Effect (OFFE) traveled to Key West Florida to assist Retired U.S. Army veteran Ernest Pridemore in his divorce hearing. Unable to locate an attorney willing to fight to protect his veteran’s benefits, Pridemore was forced to represent himself.
During the first week of April of this year, a team from will be in Washington, DC on yet another attempt to protect veteran’s disability compensation from the reaches of divorce courts. This will be the 6 trip to our nation’s capitol for some of the OFFE members. Operation Firing For Effect has established a positive reputation on the Hill and I am certain that this time will be no different, as many friends and supporters are attending the 4 day project.
by Jere Beery When most people think of the Supreme Court they think of the highest legal court in the land with absolute supremacy over all things legal. They envision a federal court consisting of 9 appointed judges assigned with hearing and ruling on issues that have failed to be resolved at the lower court […]
by Jere Beery Operation Firing For Effect (OFFE) is currently engaged in the battle to enforce federal protection of veteran’s disability benefits in civil courts. Over the past 6 years OFFE has been the standard barer in efforts to enforce USC, TITLE 38, 5301. OFFE has been a leader in the grassroots movement to protect […]
by Jere Beery Sergeant Major Paul Cousins, from Stockbridge, Georgia, served for 27 years in the United States Army. He was awarded 3 Purple Hearts for wounds received in combat during the 2 tours he served in Vietnam. Paul Cousins is a highly decorated combat disabled veteran with a distinguished military service record who has […]
by Jere Beery, Staff Writer Ray Zirkelbach (D) is Iowa State Representative for District 31. He is also the one person standing in the way of passing legislation which would enhance the federal protection of veteran’s disability compensation from third party awards. The controversy stems from HF 170, which was introduced in the Iowa General […]
by Jere Beery, Staff Writer On Friday of last week a delegation from Operation Firing For Effect met with Mr. Brian K. Bond, Deputy Director, White House Office of Public Liaison, and Mr. Matt Flavin, Veterans/Military Family Liaison for the White House. Both Bond and Flavin are members of President Obama’s White House Staff. The […]
by Jere Beery, Staff Writer Last Wednesday, nineteen members of Operation Firing For Effect (OFFE) began a three day quest to visit all 535 Congressional offices in Washington, DC. Each OFFE volunteer carried a cover letter from Operation Firing For Effect and a resolution for full mandatory funding of veteran’s healthcare – which was signed […]
Iowa Legislature Unanimously Passes Bill to Protect Veterans’ Disability Compensation from Attachment
by Jere Beery Today Iowa State Legislators unanimously approved a Bill that will enhance Federal statutes designed to protect veterans’ disability compensation from attachment in divorce settlements. Veterans’ service-connected disability compensation is intended to financially compensate a military veteran disabled in the line of duty. This compensation is not an asset, or property, and should […]
Iowa Legislature Introduces Bill to Enhance Protection of Veterans’ Disability Compensation in Divorce Courts
by Jere Beery Jerry Bohr of Ossian, Iowa is Operation Firing For Effect Director of Operations for the state of Iowa. Bohr is also employed as a service officer for the Iowa State Department of Veterans Affairs. In addition, Jerry Bohr is a member of the 5301 Club, a grassroots group devoted to the protection […]
OFFE Issues Warning to Returning Troops of Ambush by Jere Beery, OFFE National Public Relations Director Operation Firing For Effect (OFFE) is a veteran’s advocacy group devoted to the improvement and protection of benefits and entitlements earned by our men and women in uniform. According to OFFE National Chairman Gene Simes military personnel returning home […]
Developed by Operation Firing For Effect, The Veterans Advocacy Group by Gene Simes, Director OFFE In 1991, Vietnam combat veteran, Mr. Jere Beery submitted an early version of the VETNET concept to then Georgia Congressman, Newt Gingrich, who in turn, forwarded Mr. Beery’s concept paper to Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Edward Derwinski […]
DVA Secretary Peake to Review VETNET Concept by Jere Beery Yesterday, during a visit and press conference held at Canandaigua VA Medical Center in Canandaigua, New York, Operation Firing For Effect National Chairman, Gene Simes presented DVA Secretary James Peake with a detailed proposal package on a revolutionary concept called VETNET. Secretary Peake was in […]
by Jere Beery Halloween means different things to different people. For me, Halloween is the eve of the date when I lost friends of mine in a little known historic sneak attack in Vietnam. Please take a moment to remember these brave Americans with me. U.S.S. WESTCHESTER COUNTY: LST-1167 As the result of enemy action, […]