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  • Military Legal Matters Overview

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    Members of the military are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. There are also several free legal services available to military members, their families, and veterans. If you are in the military, you are subject to a different legal system than civilians are, the following links describe that legal system: Military law overview Physical disability board of review Military political activity restrictions Nonj... more

  • Legal Advice for Vets in New York

    The Central New York Veterans Outreach Center in Utica, New York is offering free legal advice to veterans. The meetings are by appointment only. A former Judge Advocate General's Corps (JAG) attorney with 30 years of military service and some law students from Syracuse University will answer questions on anything from child support to some aspe... more

  • Free Legal Assistance

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    If you need to write your will, are considering signing a lease, or need a power of attorney or notarized signature then you need legal assistance, and best of all military servicemembers and their families have access to legal assistance, absolutely free! Veterans are not eligible for these services. Generally, legal assistance is provided to the following groups: All members of the Armed Forces on active duty (including members of ... more

  • Family Legal Assistance

    Servicemember signing a contract

    If you need to write your will, are considering signing a lease, or need a power of attorney or notarized signature; then you need legal assistance, and best of all, military family members have access to legal assistance - absolutely free! Military Lawyers are called Judge advocates (JAGs). JAGs can offer help in legal and non-legal matters ranging from purchasing a car to renting an apartment, buying a home, paying taxes or writing a will. ... more

  • Power of Attorney

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    Powers of attorney are commonly used in all sorts of business activities, and are very frequently executed on behalf of individuals in the military who are deployed or otherwise unable to act on their on behalf. The two people involved are designated as either the "principal" or the "agent." The principal is the person who designates that another person -- the agent -- is authorized to act on their behalf for whatever business the power of ... more

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