I spent six years in the Army JAG Corps on active duty and another 16 in the... more
I spent six years in the Army JAG Corps on active duty and another 16 in the reserves. Most of my time on active duty and in the reserves was dealing with military law, as a prosecutor, defense counsel and appellate counsel. For over 20 years my private practice has been in the area of military law. I love what I do. I love helping current and former service members who find themselves in troub... view profile
I am an elder law and estate attorney and also am a registered mediator.I enjoy... more
I am an elder law and estate attorney and also am a registered mediator.I enjoy assisting my clients and their families in maximizing quality of life under their givencircumstances.As a veteran, Ihave a specialinterest inveterans advocacy work, particularly in dealing with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Michael Waddington is a criminal defense lawyer that defends cases in military... more
Michael Waddington is a criminal defense lawyer that defends cases in military courts worldwide. He also defends military personnel that are under investigation and have not yet been charged. He specializes in defending serious criminal cases including sex crimes, war crimes, violent crimes and white collar crimes. Mr. Waddington served two tours as an Army defense lawyer, worked as a Special ... view profile
After twenty-two years of service in the United States Army, I bring an Army Officer'... more
After twenty-two years of service in the United States Army, I bring an Army Officer's no nonsense approach to the practice of law. I take to heart that people hire an attorney to represent their interests by identifying the critical issues, explaining them in plain language and working hard to acheive the best possible results.
I have served in the U.S. Armed Forces in a myriad of capacities for over 26 years.... more
I have served in the U.S. Armed Forces in a myriad of capacities for over 26 years. I continue to serve as a Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel and JAG Officer. As a former Company Commander, Military Prosecutor, Senior Defense Counsel, and Staff Judge Advocate, I know Military Justice, and I know what it means to serve. My record is replete with significant outcomes for my clients, including hi... view profile
I am an Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Accredited VA attorney, practicing in... more
I am an Estate Planning, Elder Law, and Accredited VA attorney, practicing in Atlanta, Georgia, and serve all of the State of Georgia. My practice encompasses Wealth Management, Wills, Trusts, all aspects of Elder Law, and I help our Veterans and their widows obtain the Veterans Benefits they have earned through their service to our country. I assist clients who qualify for Aid and Attendance a... view profile
Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, Attorney Rob Nye graduated from The Citadel with... more
Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, Attorney Rob Nye graduated from The Citadel with a B.A. in History (Honors). While at The Citadel, he received an academic Army R.O.T.C Scholarship and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant upon graduation. He went on to attend Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware, earning his J.D. While in law school, Rob law clerked at large firms in Phil... view profile
I graduated fromAuburn University in 1971 in Business and Economics and the... more
I graduated fromAuburn University in 1971 in Business and Economics and the University of Georgia School of Law in 1974.I am licensed to practice law in both Georgia (1974) and Florida (1994). I am active in the American Bar Association's Military Family Law Committee and in the Georgia and Florida Family Law Sections. I serve asthe Chair of the Georgia Bar's Military and Veterans Law Section a... view profile
Military law attorneys have experience with The Uniform Code of Military Justice, which is the law that applies to members of the armed forces. These lawyers are often called “JAGs” or Judge Advocate Generals. Military law attorneys prosecute or defend troops court-martialed in cases of discipline or disobedience of a lawful command. For example, if you are an army private and refuse an order, a military trial would be held, with one military law attorney representing the Army (and aiming to prove the disobedience charge), and another military law attorney defending you.