Ok, this is new to me. Let me give you the back ground of my problem.
I am a retired U.S. Marine. I live in eastern Kentucky and own a refrigeration company. I met a young man who worked for me and would come over to my house with his friend and one of their fathrs to play Dungeons and Dragons with me. This young man had a very troubled childhood and I had lost my son years ago. I took an interest in helping this young man. Sort of giving him a positive figure in his life.
This young man joined the marine corps and did
so in order to become something better than what his future held for him here in eastern kentucky. After his joining I would fly him home or drive down and get him so he could visit with his family, because most of the money he earned he would send home to them because it ws pretty bad there. I never complained nor do I care the cost.
In April of 2011 I was knocked off of a building I was working on and broke both of my ankles, my left leg in 17 places and my right heal was crushed. This young man would call me every day and keep my spirits up, he came home on leave and literally did not leave my home for 20 days, he did not go see friends family or his girlfriend. He stayed there at my house and helped me learn to walk again to fend for myself again.
After he went back to the Marines I would continue to fly him home and I would help him take care of his family problems. I went to visit him after I was able to get around using canes to walk. While there he had a complete break down, he realized that he did not want to be in the marines anymore and he wanted to go Awol. I told him not to do that thatthere were other ways to face this. I found out he qualified for a hardship discharge. It became very expensive and I paid for it all, It took a long time to get him the discharge but he did get it. He came hom in june of last year and moved into my home, he started working for me but now there are some serius problems. I need some help here.