I would like to know if I can get a conditional release to further my education and pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology with Army Health Professions Scholarship Program but would like to know what happens if the conditional release is granted. Wha...
Based on the other responses, I think there may have been a misunderstanding as to what you are asking. I am familiar with the Army Health Professions Scholarship Program, as it is the scholarship program that also pays for medical school. This program comes with its own service obligation, and so requesting a conditional release should not be viewed much differently than an enlisted member requesting a conditional release to attend an ROTC program or West Point. (Of course, as I'm sure you know, the release is "conditional" in that you are granted a release on the condition you are accepted into and attend the program; if you do not fulfill these conditions, you will not be released.)
Speak with a recruiter from the program, as requests for conditional releases to accept these types of scholarships are very common. The chances of securing such a conditional release will usually depend on your individual unit, your MOS, and the circumstances and needs of the Army of that time. Again, however, these requests are very common, and so your recruiter should be able to point you in the right direction.
As far as your discharge, assuming the only reason you are discharged from active duty is to transfer into a reserve status and to accept the scholarship, it should be honorable. Again, however, speak with a recruiter to discuss your individual circumstances.See question
My dad was killed by a drunk driver. Me and my sisters were all involved and loved by him but he only listed my younger sister on insurance policies. (she is a minor) Our sister is listed as the over-see of the trust right now. We share the sam...
Contesting beneficiary designations on a life insurance policy is extremely difficult. Unless you can show that he was not mentally competent when he made the designation or he made the designation under duress, there is not much you can do. If you feel that you have a good case, however, you may want to consult with an attorney in your area.See question
should i sell it my mother for a pound or make it a gift
If you are asking from the England that is part of the United Kingdom, then I can't be of much help. If, however, you are asking from England, Arkansas, as the question indicates, then gifting a valuable property like a home can be quite tricky. While you can transfer property through a quitclaim deed quite inexpensively, giving away an asset worth more than $14,000 can have significant gift tax ramifications and require filings with the IRS. (Selling an asset at a grossly discounted rate can have the same effect.) While there is a lifetime exemption amount that may prevent your having to pay tax on the gift, you should still probably consult with an attorney or accountant before making the transfer. In addition, the gift can affect eligibility for certain federal benefits, and so you should probably hire an attorney to guide you through the process.See question
Tenant is a felon (by own admission.) Who has never met the contractual agreements in regards to rent. An attempt was made for tenant to comply or get out which led to a separate written agreement in which tenant would be caught up and make timely...
You can have the tenant forcibly removed by filing an unlawful detainer action with the circuit court. If the court agrees with you and issues a writ of possession, the tenant will be compelled to leave, even if that means the sheriff removing him by force. I have posted a detailed description of the eviction process in Arkansas at http://www.garrettham.com/blog/the-eviction-process-in-arkansas/.See question
What type of will should I look into?
Both estate planning and elder law attorneys should be able to assist you. Unless you need specialized elder law services, such as Medicaid and long-term care planning, the specialized assistance of an elder law attorney is likely unnecessary, but it couldn't hurt to speak with one. Still, many estate planning attorneys will perform many elder law type functions. These two areas of the law largely overlap, so either type of attorney should be able to assist.See question
we are married 44 yrs will I have to fight his family for my own property if he leaves this to them when it is rightfully mine they will take it from me what can I do
I cannot provide a definitive answer without more information. In Arkansas, however, a surviving spouse has homestead rights, meaning you would generally have the right to remain in the home. There are some limitations to this, however, based on the home's location and the size of the property, so you may want to speak with a local attorney to evaluate your individual circumstances. This also only applies to the primary residence. Surviving wives in Arkansas also have dowery rights, which basically means that you are entitled to a one-third interest in your husband's property if you have children and one-half if you do not. A surviving spouse is entitled to this regardless of the provisions of the deceased spouse's will. This assumes that you are still married.See question
I was in relationship with my ex fr 7 years..the first two years he made take loan out of bank n also private company and credit card then he told me to get bankrupt but I managed to pay it all off it took 5 Years to pay it off he said to me we go...
Based on your word choice and your reference to 13,000 pounds, I believe that you may be based in the United Kingdom. (For purposes of this site, England refers to a small town in the State of Arkansas within the United States, not the European country.) As the previous attorney indicated, this site addresses the laws of the United States, so, if you are in fact from the United Kingdom, you should consult with a local attorney.See question
I am a doctor, a Hospitalist who work full time, my schedule is 7on/7 off. in my off week I started to moonlight and have a locum job on the side. 2-3 days depending on the time and energy left. When it comes to taxes, is it better to form an LLC,...
As the other attorneys have indicated, the profits from the LLC will pass through to you, so there is generally no income tax benefit. There may, however, be a tax benefit if you select to be taxed as an S Corporation. With an S Corporation, you must pay yourself a salary. Your salary is subject to both income taxes and payroll taxes. Any additional profits from your business, however, will only be subject to income taxes. Your salary, however, must be “reasonable” in light of your specific situation. (It would be difficult, for example, to call $10,000 a reasonable salary for a full-time physician.) Determining a reasonable salary--and whether you should even try to do so--can be very complex and is specific to your individual circumstances, so you should speak with a local tax expert to determine your best course of action.See question
You find you do not have time to use it and upon reading contract you find that ichildren on the contract will inherit the debt if you die.
Unless there was fraud or some type of gross misconduct by the seller, your ability to cancel the contract will be determined by its terms. So, unless the contract says you can cancel the purchase, you will not be able to do so. (Some contracts allow you to cancel a purchase if you agree to pay a penalty, so you may want to consider what options, if any, your contract provides.)
Regarding your children, unless they are adults who also signed the agreement, they cannot inherit this debt from you. At your death, your debts will be paid out of the assets of your estate, so your debts could reduce or eliminate your children’s inheritance. They will not, however, become the personal responsibility of your children. They could, however, inherit the condo subject to the mortgage, meaning they would have to keep making the payments to keep it. Your debts are yours, however, and cannot be imposed upon your children without their consent.See question
My mother always sent me money for years before she died. She called the checks "stress relief money". My brother who is now the executor of her will wants to deduct the money she sent me from my part of the inheritance. Can he do that. Will is wr...
I agree with the other attorneys. Your brother cannot do this, and if he insists on doing so, you may want to speak with a local attorney as soon as possible.See question