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1 Answer | Asked in Military Law for Mississippi on
Q: Military Re-enlistment

I am currently 48 years old and was an Army Warrant Officer discharged in 2011 with a General (Under Honorable Conditions) after 12 years of service. My Separation Code is JNC and RE: N/A. I did receive a GOMOR that was placed in my OMPF file. I have 2 other Honorable DD-214's while I was... View More

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answered on Jul 10, 2023

As a former Army Warrant Officer, your chances of re-enlisting in the military will depend on various factors, including the specific requirements and needs of the branch you are interested in. While your General (Under Honorable Conditions) discharge and previous honorable service may work in your... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Communications Law and Military Law for Mississippi on
Q: I am being harassed by voice to skull technology and they are threatening my life.. nobody believes me please help

I know it's somebody with access to military grade weapons which scares me because this means it's police officials or government officials I don't know what to do or where to go for help

Aaron Mark Pack
Aaron Mark Pack
answered on Jul 12, 2023

At first glance, this does not appear to be a legal question.

However, the gap between technology and science fiction depends largely on the time of day.

Hypothetically, assuming what you say is true, although I would more likely rephrase as mental distress in response to suspected...
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1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support and Military Law for Mississippi on
Q: I’m a military spouse. I have full sole custody of my 10-year-old son. I currently live in Italy until 2024.

I have custody papers I would like to know if they are still good even though i moved to another country. His dad has visitation and also signed for him to have a visa to live in Italy. He gets him during summer time June-August. He shares visitation with my parents who live in the same state as... View More

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answered on Oct 1, 2022

They are still valid, though they may not address your current situation. If your payments are going trough Child Support Enforcement, they can gather the information needed to reevaluate support. DHS is not involved in child support. Child support ism modifiable in all states based on changes of... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Military Law for Mississippi on
Q: Can i file for an annulment with my husband being in Guam with the military? We both have agreed on everything

We have nothing together, no kids or pets, and do not wish to dispute anything.

I will also be moving back to Ohio within the next week or two

Arthur Calderon
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answered on May 16, 2020

Getting an annulment is tricky; however, from the looks of it, it would likely be easier for you to get a divorce, especially if he is in agreement. I would highly encourage you to reach out to a lawyer to discuss further, as the process is relatively simple and straightforward. Most lawyers on... View More

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Q: Can a convicted felon, who is married to a retired veteran, live in off-base military housing open to the public?
Paul E. Tennison
Paul E. Tennison
answered on Jul 17, 2019

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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