He is getting stationed in Alaska. My boyfriend is about to turn 18 in a week and they are making him go, we live in Louisiana so the age is 17 but they told him his brother in law would get in trouble ? Is it possible for him to stay?
The age in Louisiana is 17 for what? Who told him his BIL could get in trouble for what? Is it possible for who to stay where? I am having a very hard time understanding what you are asking.See question
My father is a veteran. In January 2015 he told his doctor at the VA that he was having rectal pain and bleeding. The dr. told him to cut out alcohol, ibuprofen, coffee... which he did. In March he went back and told them that he was still having ...
I am sorry for what your father and family are going through. There are a couple of things to consider. First, if your family is going to file a claim against the VA, they have two years from the date of malpractice to do so. That is probably January 2015 from what you are posting. Second, the key will be to prove that a reasonable, prudent doctor would have ordered the test and two, that the delay in getting the test done caused the cancer to spread. This will require having a doctor review the medical records in depth. I recommend you consult with an attorney in person to discuss, but remember the time constraints above. Best of luck.See question
I went AWOL in 2007 from the US Army. I have a general under honorable conditions. I just submitted my paperwork to a recruiter with lots of character references as I am not the same person anymore. Am I wasting my time or do I have a good shot at...
The military is shrinking, and the services can choose to be pretty picky. I seriously doubt you will get a waiver, but it can't hurt to keep trying.See question
I was in a car accident and the other motorist was cited, and now I'm going through a miscarriage three days later, along with several other body pain. This pregnancy was a blessing since my husband have been trying for 7 years and I am a emotiona...
The other lawyers have given you sound advice. Get medical treatment and speak to a qualified attorney immediately. Best of luck.See question
I missed a pretrial hearing for my divorce because I was sick. I had written my husband's attorney to ask him to please change the date because I've been very sick with an area in which I had previous surgery. He never responded. I missed the hear...
Your husband's lawyer represents your husband, not you. He is under no obligation to respond to your letter advising him of your illness. With all due respect, if you are trying to represent yourself you are going to be outlawyered and you will lose. You need to retain counsel so there is someone to represent your interests.See question
Robbed a drug dealer didnt take anything but drugs. They called cops said I beat them up stole money and phone. When the cops came to question me I wasnt read rights and I told them I took the drugs for money that was owed. Later the dealer admitt...
Well if they didn't before, they might now that you have admitted your guilt on a public forum. The only person you should be asking this question of is your attorney. None of us has met you or read the police reports.See question
I am in the military for 27 year, married for 18 years, have not lived with her for over 10 years and I have no kids we have a house and she is a lawyer without a job she requested emergency alimony for $4000 a month
None of us knows the details of your case, and none of us knows why the court ruled as it did. If you were represented by counsel ask them. If you weren't, you need to be.See question
Your question standing alone makes no sense. Please repost, and don't include your name.See question