Certain physical and mental health conditions may leave a Veteran unable to manage their own financial affairs. If you are incapable of functioning on your own due to a service-connected disability, you may need to have a professional manage your money for you. If your service-connected disability is severe enough…

What Is Adjustment Disorder? Adjustment disorder is an umbrella term that can describe a range of symptoms that can arise from a big, stressful change in someone’s life.  The symptoms of adjustment disorder often closely resemble depression and manifest when someone’s circumstances make them feel hopeless, discouraged, anxious, and stressed. …

On June 3rd, 2020, Berry Law hosted a webinar focused on Coronavirus and Veterans, discussing how the virus has impacted the Veteran community and what to expect next. Panelists included Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Navy Seal-turned-entrepreneur Chriss Smith, non-profit leader and founder of the Vetty Awards Assal Ravandi, and Human…

In addition to dealing with the day-to-day consequences of a service-connected disability, Veterans may find further difficulties when planning for the future by purchasing life insurance. Private insurance companies may demand a higher premium from you as a result of your disabilities. The Service-Disabled Veterans Life Insurance program was developed…