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Webinar – Domestic Violence and the Military: The Camouflage Connection – P5: Military Family Law Series
December 9, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Part Five of the Five-Part Webinar Series
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When faced with a domestic violence case, counsel for the victim (and for the accused) must have a thorough understanding of the rights and remedies – from rehabilitation to punishment – which are available if either of the parties is in the military. This program covers the available civil remedies and criminal processes, as well as their impact on military service. It deals with the military protective order (used by the commander of the perpetrator), preferring court-martial charges against a military member, the Family Advocacy Program, confidentiality for the reporting individual, and restrictions on the use of personal and government weapons under the Lautenberg Amendment. Finally, it covers Transitional Compensation for the victim and how to divide a non-existent military pension.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Mr. Sullivan is a retired Army Reserve JAG colonel. He practices family law in Raleigh, North Carolina and is the author of The Military Divorce Handbook(Am. Bar Assn.) and many internet resources on military family law issues. A Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Mr. Sullivan has been a board-certified specialist in family law since 1989. He works with attorneys and judges nationwide as a consultant on military divorce issues and in drafting military pension division orders.
Other Webinars in the Series
Part One – The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) and Family Law
Part Two – Military Pension Division: Your Ex-Mate and Route 1408
Part Three – SBP and TSP: The Survivor Benefit Plan and Thrift Savings Plan
Part Four -Military Disability Retirement and Family Law