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Q: I have been married but not living together with my veteran husband who passed away in January.

I can't find paperwork or soc sec.number how could I get that information legally as his wife? I have 2 order our marriage certificate since don't have that anymore either

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Feb 27, 2024

In your situation, gathering necessary documents and information following the passing of your veteran husband can feel overwhelming. First, obtaining a copy of your marriage certificate is a wise step. You can request this document from the vital records office in the state where you were married.... View More

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Q: If I'm active duty and my Missouri drivers license expired during training am I still able to drive despite this.

If so do I need a document if I get pulled over.

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answered on Sep 24, 2023

Many states, including Missouri, provide extensions for active duty military members whose driver's licenses expire while they are out of state for military service. You should carry a copy of your orders showing that you're on active duty and away from your home state for military... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Military Law for Oregon on
Q: If I'm active duty and my Missouri drivers license expired during training am I still able to drive despite this.

If so do I need a document if I get pulled over.

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answered on Sep 21, 2023

In many U.S. states, active duty military personnel are given some leeway when it comes to the expiration of their driver's licenses while they are deployed or in training. Missouri is one of those states that offers this extension. According to Missouri law, if you are an active duty member... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law and Military Law for Oregon on
Q: Is parole in place for military families still available to apply for as of september 2017?

Husband is in navy reserves, can I still apply for parole in place?

Myron Morales
Myron Morales
answered on Sep 18, 2017

As long as he is on active duty, you can still apply for parole in place.

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Military Law for Oregon on
Q: Will I need to retain a lawyer if my husband and I are divorcing and he is active military and deployed overseas?
Juan Antonio Lozada
Juan Antonio Lozada
answered on Jul 11, 2017

If you and your husband agree on everything (custody of children if any and division of assets) and you have a military legal assistance office nearby you may be want to consult with them, sometimes, they offer assistance with uncontested divorces. Having your husband deployed will certainly make... View More

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