I was married to an active duty Air Force member for 16
I was married to an active duty Air Force member for 16 years, and he retired after 20 years at the rank of Staff Sergeant in 1993. I am eligible to receive 50% of his retirement pay but am not sure what that would calculate out to be. Could you help me find out what the monthly amount I would be entitled to?
Wife who is in the Air Force....came to Michigan to visit
Wife who is in the Air Force....came to Michigan to visit daughter....as her husband she didn't want me going back to Nevada where she is stationed...so I let her visit with our daughter while she was in Michigan. Turns out she took our daughter and her mom and drove back to Nevada. We are legally married and I have taken care of our daughter since birth while she was in boot camp ,tech school, and now her current position .She also will not tell me where they live. I want my daughter back and don't know what to do. Can you help me?
Military and was gone months. My ex husband and I agreed
I'm Active Duty military and was gone for training for 7 months. My ex husband and I agreed that when I come back from training, I would have my son back. It's a verbal agreement. I'm the primary physical custodian, and came back home to pick up my son, and my ex knows about my arrival. He is currently hiding my son from me. What are my options?JA: OK. The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: Yes. My divorce decree was awarded in GA, and my son is in VA. They recently moved to VA in late January to early FebruaryJA: What advice did they give you?Customer: To get my son as soon as possible, which is not feasible. My ex took him out of town. I don't know where he is.JA: Is there anything else important you think the Military Lawyer should know?Customer: Not that I can think ofJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Military Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Can I call an attorney- on behalf of my niece, to provide an
Can I call an attorney- on behalf of my niece, to provide an overview of the situation then provide her with the attorney's contact information for a followup consult?My niece needs immediate legal advice regarding divorce and child custody issues. Her spouse is an active duty solider and she is currently serving in an Army Reserve unit. Both service members are assigned to units located in Georgia.My niece suspects that she is not receiving the appropriate support from her chain of command and requested my assistance. I am a former Marine Corps Officer and have agreed to support these Soldiers to the best of my ability.Your timely assistance is greatly appreciated.Respectfully,Gregory Andrews, Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret)mobile(###) ###-####Army JAG Officer Can my niece
I live in @ Fort Belvoir with my active duty military Naval
I live in @ Fort Belvoir with my active duty military Naval husband - the household has become unbearable and I want to leave and go back home to South Carolina. I am trying to avoid any blow up as my husband can be unpredictable. Can I leave and go to South Carolina with the kids without a separation agreement. Would I get in any trouble leaving the state with the kids ?
Greetings. I am currently serving as a Warrant Officer in
Greetings. I am currently serving as a Warrant Officer in the US Army. I have over 20 years AFS. I owe 4 years on my ADSO. Is it possible to retire this year? Situations that have made me consider this option:1.) Due to continuous deployment schedule (I deploy 6-9 months yearly) I have not been able to keep my court appointed child custody parenting schedules (I receive 9 visits a year and am able to attend, on average, 3).2.) My children live out of state and it is emotionally, mentally, financially and physically challenging to visit with them while trying to maintain my motivation to serve my country.Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
My divorce decree states, "Former Spouse will receive alimony
My divorce decree states, "Former Spouse will receive alimony until such time as the service member retires and then the Former Spouse will be entitled to her portion of the retirement pay." There is no formula or dollar amount associated and DFAS will not accept this as a viable order because of the lack of stipulation on an amount. As the retiring service member, what should my actions be? I understand what the USFSPA states, but the courts did not define retirement amount.
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude