If you need to get your law firm access to a DD Form 214 (often just referred to as "DD214"), which is the Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, you have several options. You could physically mail a copy or securely email a scanned copy if digital transmission is...View More
To provide your law firm with access to your DD Form 214 (often referred to as a DD214), which is the Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, you can either mail them a physical copy or, if you're comfortable, scan and email a digital version. If you don't have a copy, you...View More
Several things govern where a service member may reside. Local policies will dictate how far from the installation an individual can be. These "local pass" rules effectively set a distance limit that service members must stay within and must seek approval (a "mileage pass") if...View More
Whether or not an active-duty service member can live a considerable distance away from their assigned base can depend on various factors including the specific orders they are under, their job responsibilities, and their command's policies. Generally, service members are expected to live...View More
You are absolutely entitled to more than just child support. Your military spouse is likely going to receive a military pension, which is a considered to visible property, and you will be entitled to a portion of that property in the divorce process as you would any other piece of property such as...View More
Really the best answer to this question is to consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Usually married couples file bankruptcy together, but they are not required to and some file individually. If you file individually without your husband joining the petition it may or may not effect him...View More
If you were injured contact aWashington State Assn for Justice member member in the county where it happened--they give free consultations. If it's just damage to the car, if you have collision run it through that, let them deal with it. Start by getting estimates, and the base JAG corps...View More
I leave the 10th of this month and have been told that i shouldn't be held in my lease for any longer after i ship but my property manger states different. He say that i am still stuck into my contract until june or later and i dont understand who is correct.
You need to put it writing to your landlord and request to terminate the lease, and include a copy of your orders. If you think there is going to be a legal fight, send it certified mail and keep a copy. If you have an email address or fax number, I'd be that thorough. The earliest...View More
Im a disabled female veteran with documented Military sexual trauma from being raped in iraq by our own soldiers... The VA knew about my sexual trauma and still only provided me with all male providers. Just going to an appointment is a trigger for me and ends up being very traumatic, especially... View More
You likely do not have grounds for a lawsuit unless you could establish it was done intentional to cause you emotional pain. Your better route is to make a complaint within the VA, to the VA OIG, or through a congressional inquiry/complaint.
I have advised him to report it to the JAG since he fears that she will be caught and he will be held responsible. he says he cant report it because he would still beheld responsible. He has gone as far asking her to leave which she refuses as well and says if he tries to force it she will claim... View More
No wait time. You can get married immediately. You just have to make sure your personnel folks are kept in the loop about the divorce and remarriage. Problems arise if the military thinks you are married to two people at the same time.
What advice do you have for me. I'm stationed in a state that is legal for marijuana to purchased and utilized as long as you have a medical card for it. I don't know how else you can prove that I'm innocent of this type of conduct without bringing my husband's relatives in it.... View More
You should consult with your local military defense counsel. Under military law there is a presumption that if the substance is found in your sample you knowingly took it into your body. So your best chances of fighting this are by providing an explanation (i.e., someone gave it to you but you...View More
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