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My husband is a retired lieutenant colonel when the US Army

My husband is a retired lieutenant colonel when the US Army Reserve 30 years he fileD for divorce without me knowing it May 1st 2015 and has not paid any spousal support and been on a financial destruction rampage and filed a fake bankruptcy so I am a teacher and had been psying the majority of the billsIhave an objection to this bk 13 filing. I really believe this is all based on a mental illness he has many physical elements + PTSDAnyway I need to protect myself I did everything I was supposed to doI went to the court i was awarding order temporary spousal support among other and my husband did not abide by it allI had to get an order to enforce and on the day of the hearing there was a big clerical error by the judges clerk that made me lose my temporary spousal support in other words we all had the paperwork and we knew what we were there for the order to enforce or my husband would be incarcerated but the judge had before her an RMC conference and with my attorney being young and inexperienced didn't fight for me so she ended up giving my husband another 45 days the judgr did and I am at my wits end because I've had no money no support no bills paid since May of 2015 X 10 months so anything the var retired military reserve can do to my husband to get him to pay me at least some support temporarily we have not divorced because that bankruptcy that he put on on me has Natick stay I have never seen him like this before in my life so I reached out to ther attorneys but I'm wondering if the military can help me out ? With getting Him to pay it's like conduct unbecoming to a retired lieutenant colonel

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If an officer in the US Army Reserves gets convicted of a

If an officer in the US Army Reserves gets convicted of a "Threat of violence" charge, a Class B misdemeanor, will he lose his secret clearance?

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My husband is 100% disable ptsd and Polar he was in the

My husband is 100% disable ptsd and Bi Polar he was in the Marines. He was self medicating at the time married the same woman twice she was convicted of prostution and for the kids he remarried her She is very proud of the fact that she knocked out hisfront four teeth. The second divorce he has NO knowledge of ever singing it. It is so unfair he was to give her 25% of his pension also pay child support and have an annunity. The 25% was a property settlement they never owned anything together and no support.Well child support has ended annunity paid to date and now 13 years later after living with him for seven years while married to another man she is demanding this money. Now the VA has determined that he was bi polar since day on in service. Does she havea claim here

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Team: I am retired from the military. I used a VA loan

Team:I am retired from the military. I used a VA loan in 1991 and filed bankruptcy in 1998. Will there be a point in the future where I am allowed to use VA again.Elvin

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My husband is retiring from the navy with 20yrs,in. He has

My husband is retiring from the navy with 20yrs,in. He has til oct 2016. I was told to,have him put his retirement monies in a separate acct besides our main acct to pay bills. I can t remember why. Can u help me?

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I took separation in lieu of trial and received an OTH. I

I took separation in lieu of trial and received an OTH. I was a Staff Sergeant in the Marines, 5 tours, 2 Combat Action Ribbons, 5 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and recognized as the Combat Engineer of the Year across the entire USMC. I was accused of a slew of violations in a junior Marines attempt to self preserve but I knew I was guilty of hazing and assault (by definition of the UCMJ). I didn't beat this kid, I shoved him. I yelled at him as all Marines yell at each other. Due to my rank, and the other erroneous allegations it was SILT or Court Martial. I'm 30, married, two kids, diagnosed with PTSD and other disabilities and on the verge of being homeless. I cant get a job (not even hourly), I've had to file bankruptcy and I can't even get seen at a VA clinic. I have petitioned to have my discharge up graded through the Marines and the VA which they say can take months! What can I do now?

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Mr. Simmons, My name is***** I separated from Army active duty in Dec. 1996

Mr. Simmons,My name is***** I separated from Army active duty in Dec. 1996, with 12.5 yrs service, accepting the VSI opton. I immediately joined the National Guard, and drilled actively until 2007, at which point I retired, with a 20 year letter, but per a Medical Review Board's determination of non-retention. So, I will be able to draw a retirement pension at age 60 (Jan. 2019). I did receive VSI payments for a few years which were later stopped due to receiving a VA disability rating (50%). I continue to receive monthly VA disability payments.Questions:1. I lost my business (and filed Bankruptcy) in 2008 during the financial crisis, so does that constitute a basis for VSI repayment forgiveness?2. In 2007 I had a heart attack, and in 2008 a stroke. My earning capability has been negatively affected. Do these conditions constitute a basis for VSI repayment forgiveness?3. What has been your experience is assisting others with requests to DFAS and/or the

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I would like to know if you only deal with law for military

I would like to know if you only deal with law for military personnel or do you know about VA Loan Guarentee issues?

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My son-in-law was kicked out of West Point for failing a physical

My son-in-law was kicked out of West Point for failing a physical training test by 9 seconds in his last semester. It was his second attempt but did not make the time. He did not choose to serve as a non promotable private for 5 years and was honorable discharged. It has been 4 years since he left WP and now the Army is pursuing payback of his education cost. When he agreed to continue at WP in his 2nd year the commander had a policy of helping kids in good academic and military standing with PT issues. However, a new commander drew a hard line. We do not feel he should be responsible for the entire cost given the policy change occurred after he made the commitment to stay. Is there anything he can do now? They are sending him documents they want him to sign acknowledging the debt.

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