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Veterans’ Transition Tank

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Welcome to our transition tank! This is a resource for service personnel and their families as they leave the forces and enter civilian life, and might be asking the following questions:

Where am I going to live?

How am I going to find work?

What financial support is available to me?

What should I do if have been injured?

What support is available to my family?

We’ve put together simple guidance about how to tackle each of these questions and links to sources for more detailed information.


Military families often face unique challenges such as periods of separation and regularly having to relocate. Many families have experienced this before, and there is support out there for how to navigate these changes with your family.


For people leaving the armed forces, there are a number of financial matters they may need to consider and get help with.

Health and Wellbeing

Leaving the armed forces after sustaining an injury can be a very daunting process.


One of the main practical considerations when leaving the armed forces is working out where you are going to live.

Training & Employment

The process of transitioning to Civvy Street is challenging for most people leaving the armed forces. The idea of leaving behind a career and a way of life can be very daunting, as it the prospect of having to retrain or find a new job.

Military Claims

Our military claims team have a wealth of experience representing former and current service personnel with regard to all manner of injury claims.

We’re here to help you.

Want to talk to one of our experienced lawyers? We can call when it suits you for a no-obligation, strictly confidential chat.

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