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Complex Family Law Issues Within Military and Veteran Families

Veteran Family Law Issues.

We will discuss the various sociological, psychological, and legal matters that can face current and former service members and their families.

A class that focuses on the myriad of issues that face current service members, veterans, and their families. Dissecting the psycho-social and legal implications of military service on the individual service member and those in their families. From Military and VA benefits to DV and Divorce, someone who has or is serving brings forth significant differences from the average family law participant. With the current studies demonstrating that less than 1 in 100 United States citizens have a direct relationship to someone who has or is serving in the military, and less than 1% of the population ever serving, the vast majority of people have little understanding of the challenges and implications of military service.

Veteran Family Law Issues

Understanding Military and Veteran Family Law Issues

Learning Objective #1 - Become familiar with the psycho-social challenges associated with military service and reintegration to society after service.

Learning Objective #2 - Become familiar with the various areas military service can and does intersect with the courts.

Learning Objective #3 - Become familiar with the various resources and options available when military-related issues show-up in your work.

List of presenters

  • Matthew Randle, Esq - Former Army Medic (1998-2003) owner and founder of The Law Office of Matthew Randle, which focuses on family law.
  • Andy Meshel, Esq - Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force, UH-60 Helicopter Pilot, Partner/Attorney at The Law Office of Matthew Randle, which focuses on family law.
  • Moderator - TBD - Likely Paul Bennett
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