In navy for 3 1/2 years 6 months left captains mast 14 months ago higher 10 year
Talk to a recruiter.
But it's unlikely if you went to Mast while on active duty.
I am in military in Japan. I am from MI and my wife is from WA. We had our daughter in Japan on base so she has a consecular birth abroad birth certificate. We are going to be getting a divorce when she flys back home from Japan. Will WA state hav...
As Mr. Cassara notes, you can get free legal assistance on base to get basic information.
Generally the court in which the child is residing can have jurisdiction over some matters, and certainly divorce and child custody once any residence requirement is satisfied.
I have been married for a year, my husband in the military and is currently in Japan. In Dec when he came home for a month he asked me to take the month off from work. When I asked him for money for the month I took off he only gave me 300 hundr...
A military member is requited to "support" his/her dependents. In egregious situations, it can even be a crime under the UCMJ to "fail to support" dependents.
He likely gets "BAH/with" payments based on the zip code where you are physically located.
If he is receiving BAH/with, and he's not providing "adequate" support, that might rise to the additional crime of BAH fraud.
The rules on how much support is required are flexible, for example, is he paying your rent/mortgage, car loan, etc.? if so, the military would consider that as providing support.
As a "dependent" you are entitled to use the free military legal assistance program at your local military base.
You can also contact his supervisor. Keep in mind that the military does not get involved in the day to day management of a family and the family. When there is a pattern and history of failure to support they are more likely to get involved and possibly take action.
After 15 years in the AF I married then got divorced at 23 years in the AF.
It depends on state law. But the marital share is generally calculated based on the number of years married which overlap military service. So in your case it looks like 8 years.
She's not a 20/20/20 spouse for medical benefits.
DFAS does not deduct her payments because of less than 10 years.
Make sure your divorce lawyer knows about "military" divorces. She's automatically entitled to 50%, for example.
4 years in the Marines with an honorable discharged in 2013. Domestic violence misdemeanor in 2013. Seeking to go back into the military. Lautenberg amendment and weapons ban for 10 years.
I doubt very much you will be allowed back into the active force with your background.See question
i haven been recently discharged from the air force under fraud enlistment i was diagnosed with eczema and an allergy to wool. i have statements from my doctor saying that Ive never been diagnosed with either of these so how do i go about fighting...
The first thing would be to gather any and all medical records.
Then get a very detailed allergy examination on the wool.
Then you'd have a start on a petition to the Air Force Board for Correction of Records.
Security Clearance for commissioning background . My story is as follows: Falsely accused for sexual assault, a year later punished under UCMJ for providing alcohol to a person under the legal drinking age, never lost rank, punishment was suspend...
This sounds like CID was involved and you were Titled?
This a way to petition CID to change the records.
Yes, there's a potential issue on the security clearance, even for expunged records. Look at the SF 86 form and you will see a couple of places the prior allegations might be an issue.
I signed up for millitary and swore in at the MEPS but I am struggling now because its affecting my personal relationship with my husband and my family so I was wondering what are my options? I talked to my recruiter briefly but if I broke a contr...
Do you not lose your MAVNI status if you fail to complete the enlistment process and serve? I'd check that.See question
I contacted an Arizona Congressman about my situation and submitted my "Privacy Release Form" to the Congressman Case Worker who sent my inquiry to the Pentagon on January 13, 2016. The Pentagon replied to the Case Worker confirming the inquiry wa...
The inquiry has to be forwarded to the commander at Fort Lee, who will in turn assign someone to look into the issue. A report is then made and sent back up the chain to the Representative. That can take weeks, depending on the nature of the issue. In the end, you'll likely get a form letter from the Representative with a copy of the Army "response." At that point the Reps. office may consider the matter closed and "resolved."See question