Monthly Archives: November 2010

Shortened Holiday hours for NLSO NW

NLSONW Holiday Hours for Bremerton and Bangor: Monday, 20 December – Thursday, 23 December 2010, 0745 – 1500 Monday, 27 December – Thursday, 30 December 2010, 0745 – 1500, (Bremerton Office Bldg. 433) Monday, 3 January 2011, 0745 – 1500, … Continue reading

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Recalled Reservists – What can the SCRA do for you?

Captain Dan Jones Legal Assistance Attorney Reservists often find it difficult to meet their personal financial and legal obligations as a result of mobilization. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) was created to ease this burden. Interestingly enough, this area … Continue reading

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Storm Damage Reporting

Members of the public who received physical damage to their home and or business from the 15 November 2010 windstorm are encouraged to report it to their local emergency management agency. This initial damage information will be compiled and assessed … Continue reading

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Cancelling a Door-To-Door Sale

Cecilia Welch Attorney Suffering from buyer’s remorse? If you made your purchase from a door-to-door salesperson at your home, you may have the right to cancel the contract. A federal regulation provides a “Cooling-Off Rule” which gives you three business … Continue reading

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Calling all Volunteers!

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program is looking for volunteers for the upcoming tax preparation season. Volunteers spend 10-20 hours per week from January 2011 to April 2011 preparing tax returns. Benefits of volunteering include:  5 days of … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Credit

Jarrod R. Franks LTJG, JAGC, USN With the state of the current economy, it is increasingly important that your credit record is protected. A quick and easy way to keep track of your credit is to request free copies of … Continue reading

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A Tenant’s Rights in Washington: How to Reclaim Your Security Deposit

As a tenant, you probably have handed over a lot of money to your landlord to secure your lease. Don’t let your landlord keep it. The following article will explain Washington’s law regarding security deposits and what you need to … Continue reading

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