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  6. Heather Kropp says:
    My name is Heather (Seal) Kropp, and I am a wife to a soldier who is stationed in Kuwait. We have a daughter who is going on 13 years old and another daughter who is going on 9 months. We are full responsible adults in every aspect of the meaning. We have always payed our rent on time, are car loans, A plus renter rating, and have prided ourselves in doing the right thing. Before me and Austin got, met dated and got married, we both came from hard times in life. When we met, we knew with heart and soul we were created for each other. During our dating we were like every normal couple. We had great times, and we had bad times. We cherished the great, and learned from the bad. In 2007 I and Austin moved into our first apartment with each other. At times there were fun times, at times, it was hard times. 2008 I had co-signed an apartment with a friend of mine. I was advised not to, but I went against that with two reasons. One reason was the intent of living in the apartment as times between me and Austin seemed doomed and the other reason, Tammy and I were able to help each other paying rent. Tammy and I alone were not qualified for the apartment we needed for our kids, but together, we did qualify. After a few weeks I was content knowing me and Austin’s hard times were something of the past. There was one more hard time in March that drove me to the point of perm. moving out of me and Austin apartment and into the home I reserved with Tammy for me and my daughter. Once again, we did work threw it enough to promise each other we will fix what’s wrong, we will work thru thick and thin. May 2008 we got married. Not 2 weeks after we got married, he received perm. order’s to another unit in a different state. Maryland. Our report date was July 17th We broke our lease with the one month written notice and a copy of the orders and the same day we I drove to the apartment me and Tammy reserved and explained to them what was going on and handed over, a one month written notice, military orders and a marriage license for proof. I was told since Austin was no on the lease, I could not term the lease. I vowed to be by my husband’s side thru thick and thin no matter what, so I left with my husband to report to our next duty station. I did leave behind a career, but started a journey with my husband and daughter. Oct 2008 I received a phone call from the apartments me and tammy had a lease at. Donna explained to me Tammy was late on the rent and if I was able to come to the office and pay the rent. I reminded her me and the husband received orders and moved to MD. She remembered and had asked if I would be able to contact Tammy and see if I can come to a conclusion about the rent being paid. I assured her I would, and I did just that. I got in contact with Tammy and I heard the worse news of my friend. She had informed me she lost the social security benefits that she received from her 1st husband who had passed away. I informed her she was now remarried and how that whole support system WAS suppose to be. Tammy just cried. I contacted her new husband with anger and ask why this is happening to his new wife??? He assured me he would take care of the problem asap. 1 hour later I contacted Grand Reserve at Park Isle apartments and I was reinsured that Tammy’s husband did make arrangements. I never heard from the apartment again. I tried to keep in contact with Tammy threw phone calls and e-mails, but my attempts went unanswered. Finally, Tammy called me back to tell me she was diagnosed with breast cancer. I was obliterated. Jan 2009. I flew to FL to figure what was going on with Tammy and how come she hasn’t called me back since our last phone call. I stopped in the leasing office and was taking to a back office to be informed of the eviction that was placed against me and Tammy. I was stunned, cried, stress, confused and outright angry. I was so mad at Tammy for not contacting me if she needed me to help pay rent. I felt guilty for being mad at her, but I remained mad. I was so angry at the default judgment against me and thought S.S.C.R.A was supposed to protect me from this. I thought it was illegal to evict military dependents under the SSCRA. (Section 300

    (50 U.S.C. App. § 530)

    (a) No eviction or distress shall be made during the period of military service in respect of any premises for which the agreed rent does not exceed $1,200 per month, occupied chiefly for dwelling purposes by the wife, children, or other dependents of a person in military service, except upon leave of court granted upon application therefor or granted in an action or proceeding affecting the right of possession.) I contacted a lawyer and sought relief on the ground of having military orders to break the lease. I lost. I have stressed out, lost sleep, got depressed and was just VERY unhappy person. I got pregnant a few months later and it was a horrible pregnancy. I took a break from fighting the case to concentrate on my pregnancy I must have suffered every symptom under the sun. Jan. 2010 I was reminded about my husband’s deployment to Kuwait in 2011. I started to worry a lot about where we were going to live after he comes home. I knew they do 3-5 year rotations with military members. After the stress came on, so did contractions and a fight to stay preg till the 9th month. In and out of the hospitals, Dr.s always stopping the contractions I was a mess. Everybody knows that once you have an eviction on your credit, you can’t get accepted to a any or A decent neighborhood, near work or even in a good school zone and the possible waiting list for military housing. My fears of where do we live while waiting for a unit to open up on a military base was accompanied by the devastating thought of being in a homeless shelter till a unit opened up. This is very real to us. We will be moved away from family, with no friends around or a support group to help us out. I would erase all these fears by just simply paying off the eviction if I could afford it. I even tried to go to JAG and was informed they can only advise me in me legal situation.
    I have become depressed and angered at the very fact my husband would sacrifice his life for this county and yet our rights under the S.S.C.R.A were being violated in a way that brings on fears, stress, an a tainted credit that won’t allow us to rent. Who was going to be the person who got into law for a reason like this and fight for us? Well, any lawyer wanting a paycheck, that’s who. But a lawyer who had passion in his blood to fight for us with words while we fight off the bullets does not exists . I told my story, cried for help, and paid for the only lawyer who wouldn’t turn me down. Where do I do now? Well, after crying about this, fighting for a healthy pregnancy, and realizing we got violated. There is nothing else to do but hope your fears don’t become a reality and write a paper like this. This has destroyed my faith in the system, This stops me from sleeping at night and this has put an over whelming fear in my heart, and thoughts. Violated my civil rights, yes. Violation that has caused injury, yes, But this has made me realize why civil rights laws are put into place rather they are enforced or not. My husband will always fight for this country; I will always make his life at peace, supportive, and with love and strength. But I can’t help to feel broken. How come no one is willing to fight for us?

    Heather Kropp

  7. heatherkropp says:
    Sorry, I posted in the wrong website 🙁
  8. Christine Paasch says:
    After raising my daughter all her life almost 9 years my x got residential custody for no good reason.my daughter does not want to live with her dad and his girlfriend and her daughter, she wants to die! we go to therapy 11/2 years. she feels my daughter is regressing ,she tells her shes sad and angrey and wants to go home to her mommy and sisters. she is an emotional wreck.How do I save my daughter? Do whats best for the child? Its only been 3 months since she started living with him. He has been diagnosed narsasistic and I dependant. I am going to see if I can get into mediation and get her into a psyciatrist. Need your help.
  9. J says:
    Hello,

    I read the story about your child being bullied. How sad that is. We are currently experiencing something very similar to what you went through. We too live close to Lakeland, just curious if it’s the same school, lol. We have asked for months to have them(school) stop this, but nothing is ever done by the school. By no means do we think our child is an angel, but nobody deserves this! Was your situation resolved? If so, what steps did you take to finally get action? I am at wits end. Any advice would be truly appreciated!

    Thanks!

  10. corey dick says:
    I have a daughter who is 14 that is going to live with her dad soon i get child support now but does child support stop right ater she moves out or is there a time period that she has to live there before it takes effect…i heard she has to live there 6 months before she has permanent residence
  11. Francis says:
    If I miss your call, please leave a message, with an easy number to reach you at between 5-6 PM,sometimes work is busy, thanks Franny

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