You cannot sue in civil or military courts.
If you have sought to address this through your chain of command you can make a formal EO complaint. Your battalion has an EO counselor who can assist. He/she has various mechanisms that might help, investigations into individual cases, EO unit-wide evaluations, etc.
First address this directly with him. If that doesn't work try your platoon sergeant. If that doesn't work your 1SG.
As a matter of practice it is always good to have a fee arrangement in writing or documented in some fashion. Your situation seems to fit within Mr. H-W's scenario. So take it up with him first, and then consider contacting the Bar. They may be interested if you are not the only one being affected by this practice.
The basic answer is yes, Virginia considers BAH and other non-taxable pay as income for child support purposes, as do most states.
This is true especially where the noncustodial parent is living alone in the barracks but drawing BAH based on a child support obligation.
In considering child support in this situation the court will often consider a remarriage with additional children and step-children involved. Bu this is all part of dealing with and deciding any overall child support decision.
I have always understood that over 80 or 20 over the limit is reckless in VA.
In Virginia, a reckless driving conviction is a class I misdemeanor, so you could face jail time, suspension of driving privileges, and a fine of up to $2,500.00. Additionally, a conviction will result in six demerit points on your Virginia driver’s license. Some other states have reciprocity agreements...
You have up to 15years from the date of discharge to submit for an upgrade.
generally the first look is a paper review, and then you go back later and ask for a personal appearance. So you are still within the application timeline.
If you were medically discharged and there was no misconduct I'm not sure why you did not get an honorable discharge to start. So it's possible with some investigation that there is a challenge based on that.
You should gather all of your military records,...
DFAS will go after him. They will follow various procedures which could ultimately involve him becoming liable through court order.
This seems something that ought to be discussed with your attorney as part of a settlement agreement and court order to be safe.
Sounds like a recoupment.
Here's the basics for how DFAS approaches such issues. http://www.dfas.mil/debtandclaims.html
Normally fraternization becomes a big issue when there is a difference in rank, the senior is also a supervisor of the junior, and there is some impression of an adverse impact, such as a perception of favoritism.
If she is punished at NJP, then it is possible this will have an adverse impact on her career, and possibly be a reason the Navy will try and administratively discharge her.
Normally it is difficult to prosecute if the two persons involved do not confess and there is no other...