We all lived in NC together... Wife/Mother of our child had an affair, openly admitted to it. She is pursing a relationship with the person she had an affair with, making arrangements to live together etc...
My wife moved our daughter out of state to NY and is not allowing me to see her.... Read more »
There are specific rules on this. You need to file suit in NC immediately and based on what you represented you should have grounds for emergency custody. The uniform child custody jurisdiction act controls in this situation and as long as she has not been gone for more than 6 months, the Court...Read more »
You can travel inside of the United States while you are waiting for your green card to be approved. You do not need an I 131 travel authorization. The I 131 (in your case advanced parole) allows you to travel outside of the U.S. and re-enter while the process is ongoing. Since Texas is inside...Read more »
It was 112A. However I have not been charged with anything, I did not answer questions,. I did not fail a UA, was not asked to take one and have not been removed from my job that I work at, at a secure site even after my commander was told and upon his request said I should still stay at my job.... Read more »
No lawyer has a crystal ball to predict what your governing authority might be thinking. If you were not caught carrying, under the influence, or anything else consistent with being under the influence of a controlled substance described in § 112a, and since you were not arrested and charged with...Read more »
My ex is no longer active duty due to medical issue & works on base as a civilian maintaining his military benefits & ID for both of our children age 14 & 15. Through him, our children have TriCare Insurance & their doctor is on base. I have court orders granting me full primary physical custody... Read more »
Is there any reason you could not get duplicate identification cards? I would go to where the ID cards are issued, explain that your ex-husband is infantile, and request they make duplicates to eliminate one source of your ex's tantrums.
If option A is not possible, you might ask the...Read more »
Speak with a recruiter. They understand what will disqualify you from military service and what will not. These requirements change overtime and sometimes they can secure waivers to allow enlistments that would otherwise not be allowed. Good luck.
You could search for lawyers on this site under that category. You could conduct your own independent search, or you could check with the North Carolina Bar Association whether they have lawyer referral resources in that area. Good luck
There are military lawyers on this site. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, you could conduct your own independent searches, or you could contact the Illinois State Bar Association to see if they have any resources that might be helpful. Good luck
I was in the National Guard 2008-2011, during 2010 I was pregnant with my first child, and put on bedrest, first sgt was real difficult about it and would harass me. 2011 I unexpectedly got pregnant again and was on bed rest. I sent in my doctors notes and received nothing after, until after her... Read more »
I have been granted a domestic violence protection order that allows me to file for immediate divorce but I cannot find the correct petition. La Civ. Code 103 states the spouse cannot be an active duty member, and that’s the same petition every attorney hands me.
The case was originated in hawaii. I was discharged from the military back in june of last year. My child support was calculated off of my income, in which i am no longer making near the amount. I literally cannot pay my bills. I sent in a modification request, although now im receiving threats... Read more »
My brother in-law just turned 18 and is about to go to naval academy. The thing is he never wanted to be in the military. Both he and my wife lived in an abusive adopted household and he was forced to enlist. He only just turned 18 and finally moved out, he is willing to do all most anything, even... Read more »
Based on the information provided in your question he would have to contact the school if he is to attend college, if he has an enlistment contract he would have to talk to the recruiter who signed him up to try and void it. If her can't by the time he is supposed to leave I would advise him to...Read more »
Yes, unless there is a specific law that would prohibit such conduct. I am unaware of a law that limits who may live in off-base military housing. This may be an issue where the rules and regulations set by the post commander may apply.
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