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When the Law Makes You a Parent: Ways to Establish Parentage

You may be surprised to know that there are multiple ways in which the law can establish someone as a parent. Whether or not someone is a parent usually comes up when there are issues regarding child custody and child

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Pleading Guilty In A Court-Martial

Pleading guilty in a military court is different than pleading guilty in a civilian court. This blog will explain when an accused may plead guilty in a court-martial. A court-martial is a military hearing for criminal charges brought against a

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Divorce and Annulment for Civilians and Military Members

Whatever the reasons may be, ending a marriage is often a difficult process, both emotionally and legally. Marriages typically end through a divorce from your spouse, but on occasion, through annulment. While members of the military follow the same procedures

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Court allows reservists’ housing allowance case against Army to proceed

https://www.stripes.com/news/europe/court-allows-reservists-housing-allowance-case-against-army-to-proceed-1.597094 By JOHN VANDIVER | STARS AND STRIPESPublished: September 3, 2019 STUTTGART, Germany — A U.S. federal court has denied an Army motion to dismiss a lawsuit by reservists who say they were wrongly denied housing allowances and then improperly were subjected

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