Most of the "jobs" (your MOS) in the military will require some level of security clearance. You will be required to fill out the SF-86 and it will ask questions regarding financial issues. It would have to be pretty severe for it to prevent you from receiving a security clearance, but...Read more »
Generally your assertion is correct; however, civil support orders are the most sure way to get paid support during a separation or divorce. Each service has its own rules regarding support to dependents.
The military will provide a JAG at no charge for a special or general court-martial. You also have the right to hire a civilian counsel at your own expense. Normally, the JAG stays as well, so you have two lawyers working on your case.
Okay. This was due to a mental break that actually gave her symptoms of serious mental disorders. The thing is, ive known my wife my WHOLE life. Weve grown up together, and I know her very well. The incident that accrued was certainly not by her negligence or free will. But, State takes over and... Read more »
Does a Trial Counsler have to (or have the right) to review personnel files (counselings, evaultions, etc.) prior to a court martial for a subject that was interviewed and processed by that investigator?
There are a few words and phrases that you use that really need defining to provide you with the best answer to this question, but I'll give you my opinion, based upon what is asked here. As with all of the answers provided here, this answer does not constitute legal advice, and you should...Read more »
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