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Help for military members facing violations of military law

There are a variety of specific and unique legal issues military members may face. Because some of the threats they face can be career-ending, it is important for military members to be familiar with their legal options and rights. As is also true when anyone has a legal concern or legal matter they need help with, it is important to understand the legal resources and options available to them. Military service members facing accusations of violating military law need to be prepared with how to respond to those allegations because the consequences can be significant.

Will your mental illness jeopardize your security clearance?

Whether you serve in the military or do contract work for the government, your security clearance is an important part of your ability to move forward in your career. Having a security clearance allows you access to exclusive locations such as secret areas where the government houses classified information. The higher your clearance level, the more trust the government places in you and the better your chances for rewarding and lucrative jobs.

What are the different types of military discharge?

Being discharged from the military is a significant event in the life of most military members. Military members enter the military in a contract with the government and it provides a source of livelihood for military members who are protecting the nation. As a result, if they are facing discharge, they may have a number of questions about what the different types of discharge are and what they mean.

Parenting tips that apply to all families in divorce

Serving the nation's military often comes with personal sacrifice and challenge, especially concerning juggling family life and career duties. As a member of the military, you are definitely not immune to many of the same family issues or marital problems that arise in other households. Dealing with divorce while serving in the military can be especially stressful; however, if you know your rights and have a strong support network in place, things may turn out just fine.  

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