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Are Maryland National Guard soldiers attending AIT training

Are Maryland National Guard soldiers attending AIT training eligible to receive paternity leave?

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My wife and I were fight about 7 years ago and had problems

My wife and I were fight about 7 years ago and had problems in our relationship. We have since mended those problems. However, 7 years ago, I found out she cheated on me, so I did the same out of spite. I just received an email saying I am the father of a 6 year old (born out of wedlock and I'm still married). I am not in the state where the mother and 6 y/o are, rather stationed somewhere else. I have 18 years of service and I'm worried to say the least.JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: I'm in Hawaii, the mother of the child is in WA, I'm a resident of FLJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: noJA: 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.

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My grandson is an 18 year old army private. He just found

My grandson is an 18 year old army private. He just found out his old girlfriend just had a baby and says it is his. she is 16. we live in IllinoisJA: OK. The Military Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: okJA: Is there anything else the Military Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: She was 15 at the time of conception. We are not sure it is his. But in order to do a paternity test, the army would have to be notified. Is he going to get in troubleJA: Our top Military Lawyer is ready to take your case. Just pay the $5 fully refundable deposit and I'll fill the Military Lawyer in on everything we've discussed. You can go back and forth with the Military Lawyer until you're 100% satisfied. We guarantee it.

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Is a NC state Affidavit of Parentage considered court

Is a NC state Affidavit of Parentage considered court ordered legal and physical custody when both parent agree to the residency and financial responsibilities are met?

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My husband's command is charging m because someone he dates

Hi sir,My husband's command is charging him for adultery because someone he dates while we were separated came forward. We reconciled while I was pregnant and there is a chance that he may not be the father. They also put on his charge sheet that he knowingly took paternity leave for a child that wasn't his. My husband is the legal father and is on the birth certificate and Marine Corps order reads that if a Marines spouse gives birth they rate paternity leave. The command reached out to the man I dated while we were separated and questioned him about my son and disclosed information regarding my son's illness from a medical letter my sons doctor wrote for my husband to get a leave extension. They also lied to him and said my husband was being charged for sleeping with 17 yr olds which is not true. This person because of this is threatening to call child protective services on my husband and I for our 4 kids and if he is found to be the father sue me for custody. I had placed a call and was told they would be told to stop and they did not stop. I feel like they have violated my rights. Also, the person who made the call was not the investigating officer. Someone suggested writing the IG or my congressman. Any advice? My son is only 7 wks old. I just received his vital documents in the mail to turn in.

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My boyfriend is in the navy, he is currently switching

My boyfriend is in the navy, he is currently switching commands to deave crew and in training.... Well I just found out I was pregnant and I have heard that there is a possiblity he could be kicked out because we are not married and I'm pregnant with his baby???? Is there any truth to this I'm worried sick about this right now

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there- I live in the state of Maryland and I have a child

Hi there- I live in the state of Maryland and I have a child with a retired military officer who is not listed on the birth certificate. He has never paid any child support for her, and she is now 3yrs old. I am wondering if I am able to request for child support from him even though my current spouse has signed her birth certificate because he has been her only "Father" since the day she was born and the retired veteran is not in her life at all...?

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How do I protect my child from a paternity claim when my child

How do I protect my child from a paternity claim when my child is almost 4 and he hasn't seen the child since the age of 3 months and hasn't provided any support since the age of 14 months of age.

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I did not know that my daughter's father was married. Obviously,

I did not know that my daughter's father was married. Obviously, I had my baby. He has refused to put my daughter on DEERS/Tricare with the excuse of if his chain of command finds out that he will be kicked out on a bad conduct discharge. So, as events have been unfolding he ended being placed in the hospital to receive some mental health help because he has anxiety from his life falling apart and my requests to have a private agreement with one of the conditions being he enroll her on DEERS/Tricare. He has signed and notarized the agreement and sent it to me. I am not sure what I should do at this point. I would never want his career to be in question because of a mistake he made, but at the same time I don't think my daughter should suffer for his bad decisions. I've gone above and beyond to be accommodating. Its hard for me to believe him because I was in the military and grew up on post and my father was a commander and I've never seen someone really get kicked out for enrolling his illegitimate child on DEERS/Tricare program. Lost. Please help me.

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