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I think I answered in a different post on this.

The proposed bill does not mention 1151 claimants.

I don't think state court child support and alimony laws would consider 1151 awards as an exception to paying these obligations.

I told some of the opponents of this draft of a bill some time ago on a radio show that their issue lies with state courts and not the VA.I do not foresee this proposed bill as having any impact at all on 38 CFR regarding veterans claims and awards of compensation.

Just my opinion.

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I think I answered in a different post on this.

The proposed bill does not mention 1151 claimants.

I don't think state court child support and alimony laws would consider 1151 awards as an exception to paying these obligations.

I told some of the opponents of this draft of a bill some time ago on a radio show that their issue lies with state courts and not the VA.I do not foresee this proposed bill as having any impact at all on 38 CFR regarding veterans claims and awards of compensation.

Just my opinion.

Berta,

I answered in the other thread also but I'll put my response here also.

Berta,

I am referring to something more along the lines of if a claimant has filed both

a FTC and an 1151 claim - and both claims were awarded - if it will be possible

to apply this "Disability Protection Act 2010" in regards to any offset between the FTC and the 1151 ?

I just had it as a thought for possibility.

carlie

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In my opinion No-unless they are willing to incorporate 1151 situations into this bill.

You could contact Jere Beery via email at jerebeery@aol.com as I am sure he had great input into this bill and might have written it himself.

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