OVERVIEW OF INVOLUNTARY SEPARATION
There can be many possible reasons why a member of the US Armed Forces may receive an Involuntary Separation including misconduct under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, a criminal conviction in civilian court, or simply being deemed unsuitable for continued service. Involuntary Separation not only effectively ends your military career, it can affect your benefits. If you have been enlisted for more than six years or if there is a possibility that you may receive an Other Than Honorable Discharge, you have the right to an administrative separation board hearing. It is important to contact a seasoned attorney without delay to ensure that your rights are vigorously protected.
The proven group of lawyers at The Federal Practice Group Worldwide Service are well-versed in the Administrative Separation Process. Depending on the circumstances of your case, there may be a possibility of additional charges that can put your future even more at risk, possible even your freedom. The firm understands what you are facing and the stress you and your family are going through. The firm sincerely cares about their clients. They passionately believe in tirelessly guarding and upholding your rights.
REASONS FOR A COURT MARTIAL ATTORNEY
In many cases, receiving and Involuntary Separation and the prospect of facing an Administrative Separation board can be very intimidating. It is important to remember that you do have rights, you can fight and you do not have to do it alone. The firm has over a century of combined experience successfully assisting their military clients through the most difficult times of their lives, especially during the Administrative Separation Process. The firm will work with you, no matter where you are in the world, to achieve the best possible results for your case. Our attorneys are never intimidated, and will stand up and aggressively fight for you.
CONTACT THE FEDERAL PRACTICE GROUP
The proven attorneys at The Federal Practice Group have over a century of combined experience successfully assisting federal employees through the most difficult periods of their lives and careers.