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I need to know if you have any experts in Military law that
I need to know if you have any experts in Military law that could tell me what my rights are as the spouse of an Air Force Veteran. I am currently separated from my husband of 30 years (22 of those years he spent on active duty).What are my financial rights as far as his military retirement goes. He is still living in Georgia, (where he retired) I am in Indiana, our home state, where we met & married.Also, do the laws in Georgia differ from those in Indiana regarding separation or possibly divorce? We have one 17-yr-old daughter, who is in GA with him. The house they are living in is in both our names.Help, please.Linda Grabos
I am a retired Air Force veteran, E-6 with a disability rating
I am a retired Air Force veteran, E-6 with a disability rating of 20%. I also receive Social Security. I own a house in New Mexico with an FHA Mortgage and a house in Arizona with a VA mortgage. My question is, if I let the house in Arizona be foreclosed on or I declare bankruptancy in New Mexico, What happens to my military retirement and/or Social Security? I'm going to try and sell the house in Arizona, but in either event I don't want it.
I was temperary retirement from the AirForce with a 50% disability
I was temperary retirement from the AirForce with a 50% disability rating for PTSD. I had one evaluation around 6 months ago. After two years I have just been notified that I am being permanently retired with a rating of 30%. I only have a few more days left to appeal. In the letter they ssid the DOD IAW disability was used to get the rating. I just don't understand why my rating has gone done. I am in no better shape now than when they retired me. Just need some help to decide waht to do>Thank You Kasey [email protected]
My son is 19 yrs old. He did the ARMS test and did the firstView more military law questions
My son is 19 yrs old. He did the ARMS test and did the first oath and signed a contract for the ARMY. The recruiter fed him alot of wrong ideas. Now he wants out. He got a waiver for being overweight but has not lost the weight. He is suppose to leave in November. He is my only son, please tell me how he can get out of this mess without problems.Thank youCarolyn
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