- Administrative discharges
- Nonjudicial punishment
- Correction of Records
- Medical Boards
Any issue concerning the military must be taken seriously. Whether you are facing criminal charges at a court-martial or nonjudicial punishment, or an separation from the service, your career and the rest of your life will be affected in a very serious way. A criminal conviction will be on your record the rest of your life and will have serious consequences. A discharge from the military can also affect your ability to obtain employment or various benefits and rights. How an injury and medical issues are handled will affect your eligibility for benefits from the military and the Veterans’ Administration. Each of these areas are tremendously important both now and in the future. It is critical to consult with an attorney before you sign any papers or make any decisions about how to proceed.
- Federal and state courts
- Child Protective Services Investigations
- Retirement issues
Many issues confront persons facing a divorce or other family law issues. Those issues include property rights, financial obligations to creditors, tax ramifications, spousal support, and, most importantly, issues related custody of minor children. It is important and wise to educate yourself about these issues before making decisions regarding any of these issues. I strongly encourage people to have at least an initial consultation with an attorney to find out what your rights and obligations are before you make decisions that will affect the rest of your life, as well as the lives of others.