As an individual who serves in the United States military, you make sacrifices every day for the safety and security of your country. Because of deployment and other aspects of active duty, it can be particularly complicated for you when legal issues arise. In order to protect your rights and interests while serving in the military, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act exists to provide you with security and legal protections.
Service members and their families who volunteer their time to our country often make great sacrifices. In return, the government offers lifelong benefits to retirees and loved ones who make that commitment. For the family of a retired 28-year Army veteran in South Carolina, the balance between benefit and risk became all too real in October 2015.
Bill Evans has played his guitar in front of music lovers for nearly seven decades now. During that time, he opened for David Frizell and Shelly West and even went fishing with John Wayne. It was his most recent act that brought about personal emotions, hitting home.