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May 2019 Archives

Two Marines face military law after DUIs

Members of the military who are stationed here and are confronted with an arrest for a violation or crime in a civilian situation will often learn that the case can impact their military career. Having a legal defense is important, but when the allegations are harming a person's standing in the military, it is also wise to have help from a law firm that specializes in military matters such as disciplinary procedures. Losing a command because of an arrest is one such situation and it happens relatively frequently.

Romance and security clearance do not always mix

Whether you are a member of the U.S. military or you are Virginia civilian who works with classified information, your security clearance is important to you. Depending on your level of clearance, you have likely gone through numerous investigations, interviews and evaluations, especially if you moved to higher clearance levels.

Understanding percentages of support in a military divorce

There are many issues that are worrisome to the parties in a military divorce. Since Virginia is rife with military members past and present, it is important to understand the various laws as to how the case will be decided upon. When there is money from the military member's earnings that will be deducted to pay for support - child or spousal - it is wise to know about the percentages that can be taken. As with any divorce or family law case, having legal advice is imperative.

Military divorce and ending child support payments from retirees

For Virginians who were members of the military and are paying child support as retirees after a military divorce, it is important to understand when those payments will stop. While parents will be glad to pay for their child's upkeep, it can still be a financially onerous issue and there will be a sense of relief when the payments no longer need to be made. Understanding how the payments will be stopped when they have been issued directly to the custodial parent from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) is a critical factor in concluding the payments.

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