Category: Military Law

Understanding Administrative Separation

Serving in the United States armed forces can be one of the greatest highlights of a person’s life, and a military career can have long-lasting benefits, both personally and…

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What Service Members and former Service Members Need to Know About Government Debt Collection

Service members are entitled to pay and various allowances and benefits, as well as special incentives, scholarships, or bonuses. However, sometimes errors or changes in…

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Veterans Treatment Courts and Impacting the Veteran Community

Judge Robert Russell started a nationwide movement when he created the first Veterans Treatment Court (VTC) in 2008 in Buffalo, New York. This Court was formed when Judge Russell…

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How Divorce Impacts Your Military Benefits

Servicemembers and non-military spouses pursuing a divorce face a unique set of challenges that civilians do not encounter when attempting to dissolve their union. Getting…

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When does AWOL become Desertion?

One of the most basic rules in the military is to be at your appointed place of duty on time. While you can always be excused from appearing at your place of duty—whether it is…

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Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 – What Veterans Should Know?

Recently, Congress passed the Camp Lejeune Justice Act of 2022 which allows veterans, their family members, and others who were stationed, worked or resided on the Marine Corps…

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Department of Defense’s Tainted Claim Policy and Unjust Enrichment at the Expense of the Servicemember

The “Tainted Claim Policy” is commonly unknown by service members yet can cost a service member thousands of dollars, which can set them up for a lifetime of debt. This policy…

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Forthcoming Presumptive Conditions for Veterans Exposed to Burn Pits, Agent Orange, and Radiation

The US Senate recently agreed to a deal granting Veterans exposed to burn pits the right to receive VA benefits. Additionally, the House has already offered their support for the…

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Under Investigation? Know Your Rights and Don’t Engage the Enemy Alone

You feel sick in the pit of your stomach. You have just found out, either through the grapevine or by formal notification, that you are under investigation. Your first reaction is…

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What Veterans and Service Members Need to Know About Military Discharge Upgrades

You have spent countless years of your life serving your country with honor and distinction, only to find yourself facing a discharge less than fully honorable due to misconduct.…

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