Current Regulations require political neutrality of Servicemembers while in Uniform. This guide summarizes your duty as a Soldier under these rules.
One of the dark truths of military service is the stress it places on the marriage. The military has taken great strides to alleviate these pressures. Nonetheless – the dissolution of a marriage is something that can happen to any of us, and if it does, we as Soldiers, need to be prepared.
Are you prepared for the commitment? This first step requires a gut check. The thought of serving as a "JAG" in the Army National Guard may seem interesting at the onset, however, it will require you
Servicemembers are protected under both Wisconsin law and Federal law. The employment rights of Reserve Component Service members are protected under both state and federal law (i.e., the Uniformed S
Embrace marketing as an important part of your practice. Disabuse yourself of the thought that marketing is unimportant or a distraction from your practice. In today's environment, lawyers need to be
Docket your judgment The second you get your order of judgment -- be it in the mail or from the small claims judge or commissioner, you need to walk back down to the clerk of court's office and ask t
Determine what witnesses you need Read my guide on how to prepare for trial if you do not have a lawyer -- then determine what facts you need to provide and what witnesses you will need to prove them
Determine what documents you need If there are important documents which you believe exist, you can draft a written request for production of documents and send it to your opponent. These requests ne
Decide who you need to depose The first step is to determine whether a deposition is necessary and who you need to depose. For example, sometimes written interrogatories can be as effective and less
Venue and Arbitration clause Litigation costs money. Lots of money. Attorneys are split on whether arbitration is less costly than civil litigation in today's environment, and in my view, it depends