Absolutely. It is pretty much a military career killer. The only "exception" is when the service member is a junior enlisted. The military leadership recognizes that a young soldier (or marine, etc.) will make mistakes. If that junior enlisted member is an otherwise good troop, a...Read more »
It depends on your service branch. In the Navy, if you're attached to a ship, you're going toArt 15/ NJP/Captain's Mast because you can't refuse. Otherwise, your command may try to take you to NJP or elect to take you to court-martial. They may elect to administratively separate...Read more »
My vehicle before got ahold of my keys from 9my buddy and was using my vehicle almost every day. Im still paying on the vehicle with a loan through my credit union. The guy flipped my vehicle and decided to leave it where it was never told me about it. I learned of this information from my Higher... Read more »
Paperwork so I can be integrated into the unit. I haven’t gone to basic I switched my mos. I don’t want to be in the guard. I have a good job and it’s 91 miles away from where I live. I did my time active got out with a honarble an I only joined tHe guard because I didn’t have a job at the... Read more »
There is a possibility of early release, but it's unlikely it will be granted. Guard service, like active duty service, is a contract that is not easy to get out of. There are hardship options out there. But if you're in an undermanned MOS, it's unlikely they'll release you....Read more »
The ex-wife served us with papers recently to calculate a percentage of his retirement to go to her based on the Brown Formula. What percentage does she get of his retirement, and for how long? He took all of the debt when they divorced and he paid 4 years of spousal support. How much does he... Read more »
Who is "us"? Do you have an attorney? What do you mean that she served papers for you to calculate the percentage. It doesn't work that way. If there is a retirement account to be divided because of a divorce judgment or court order, the retirement account at issue is divided by...Read more »
See if Section 707(b)(2)(D) of the Bankruptcy Code applies to your situation. If so, you may avoid the means test. Best to see a bankruptcy lawyer near you as the means test is only part of what the US Trustee looks at when reviewing cases for abuse. Thank you for your service to our country. Hope...Read more »
i am working at the time thats is why my child and i can not move with his service state station. he only give little amount monthly for shelter because he said i am also working. and now that i am sick he wants a divorce. once legally divorce: can i ask a judge on a back payment for the past... Read more »
You are not legally separated, however ever branch of service requires support to be provided. For example, pursuant to AR 608-99 the Army requires that the military member provides an amount equal to his/her Basic Allowance for Housing.
the pension but now that he's gotten a VA rating of 80%, am I negatively affected? If disability is not a marital asset or is not "disposable", am I protected? Someone said I'm okay as long as his rating was over 50%. And I'm a veteran myself but never believed if you... Read more »
The amount of available funds for pensions, 401k's, and most retirement plans are generally determined by plan administrators and paid through a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO). The percentage of what you're entitled to receive following a divorce is determined and fixed...Read more »
Should I retain a civilian military attorney to assist me at this point in time? I do not know if I will be charged with a court martial, but these charges were filed over a year ago and they claim they have been investigating ever since. Recently they told me that I was being officially... Read more »
What did the court order in your divorce say re: split of his pension? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media...Read more »
I had official military orders to report to a Army base, for 8 months. Upon arrival back at my University the school stated I would have to reapply because on my form requesting a leave of absence, my GPA was 1.03 before heading to the military. But according to:... Read more »
Generally, yes. While a DUI could be the subject of an Article 15 or even a courts-martial - the military will generally defer to the civilian court system. If the DUI is off-base you will go to either the state or municipal court. If the DUI was on base, it will go to the federal court before a...Read more »
I was going to join the army reserve after I graduated from high school. I changed my mind during the DEP. I want to quit but I had done all my tests and signed contracts. Can I quit right now? What should I do?
I assume you have not received any sort of bonus yet. They will generally push you and tell you that you could be in trouble, but in 21 years of service I have never seen anyone do anything. Once you get on that bus and show up, you are on the hook. Before you decide to not show up, I would...Read more »
See the free court forms on the CA courts website: http://www.courts.ca.gov/1044.htm
More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors,...Read more »
You can research such laws for free at your local law library. Many medical malpractice lawyers handle such cases on a contingency. You may want to contact one. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an...Read more »
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