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Q: Army : Transfer from Active duty to Reserve

I'm active duty in the Army and I have been in for about 9 months. I just found out that my father has a kidney failure with 20% GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate) and he just had a heart attack recently. I was thinking about switching to the Reserve or National Guard so that I can be close to home... Read more »

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Jun 25, 2017

You can ask, but you don't have a legal right to do so, if that's what you are asking.

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Q: If my roommate has military orders to leave the state. shes on the lease is the lease void
William E. Scully Jr.
William E. Scully Jr. answered on May 13, 2014

The lease is not void. She can, however, get out of the lease. She has to provide the proper notice to the landlord, and she has to provide copies of the military orders. This, however, does not necessarily get YOU out of the lease. Check your written lease and see if there is a provision in it... Read more »

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