I would like to file a grievance against the army? How would I know if I have a case against them?
Not enough information for what you want to do. You can always complain via the inspector general and you elected representative.See question
Is it illegal for people to use military hand to hand combat tactics on untrained civilians?
Battery is battery - self defense is self defense. Your question is too vague. There's no prohibition in the right context.See question
I am a Staff Sergeant in the U.S Army currently serving in Okinawa, Japan. My ex-wife and her live in boyfriend had a child abuse investigation opened on them. I do not know why. She has tried to move out of state twice with the kids without my kn...
Mr Cassara is right. No crystal ball in your chances. Generally the courts look for the best interests of the children in the decision making. Call a family law attorney in the state where the kids live to start.See question
Am I a veteran???
If you served - you're a veteran. Character of service is a different question.See question
My husband is retired out of the U.S Army. While serving and before he went on deployment they advised him to have a POA while he was in Afghanistan. He chose his mother. This was all before I was in the picture. Now he's retired and we are marrie...
It's a little complicated - because most POA's are covered under state law - but often in the military POA's there is an expiration date. The document should reflect it - if there is one. Regardless, it is best to revoke it in writing. Further, I know of no jurisdiction in which a POA transfers for any reason - so if he wants you to have POA, he would have to have one drafted for you specifically.See question
I was with my husband since Sep 1969. While in the hospital, a guard broke and deformed my husbands left arm, which he was not paid for as promised and never received a clothing allows. The Lebanon VA Hospital as well as my husband did apply to ...
It appears you are looking for a lawyer and not posing a question. This forum is for asking questions. AVVO has a find a lawyer site and the VA has a list of accredited attorneys as well if you are looking for VA compensation.
It's difficult if you're looking to sue the VA or looking for benefits.See question
What kind of lawyer do I need when dealing with the Veterans Administration?
Depends on your goals. The VA has a accredited attorney list. Use find an attorney on AVVO, seek referrals, use the Internet to research.See question
My STBX has an affair from someone in his same wing. IS this worth bringing to his superior? OR would it only hurt the benefits my kids would get?
If you report it - it will be investigated and if there's a finding - he will probably be punished - and that could impact his income, status, and service.See question
I was wondering if I can join the army I lived in the USA since I was 2 years old and I was planning on joining the army or the national guard or marines?
You'll have to talk to a recruiter to get details and your status and whether a waiver can be granted. Generally - you'd need a green card - minimum.See question
My husband passed away nearly a year ago and was receiving VA benefits. I applied for benefits as a widow in March of this year, which was denied. I want to appeal this decision with an attorney (before I waste more time) and it needs to be done s...
There are many of us who do VA work - you can use the find an attorney section of AVVO and you can go to the VA website and look for an accredited attorney there as well.See question