Do You Have a Less Than Honorable Discharge from the Military?

We've seen so many cases where otherwise honorable service (and the benefits that flow from such service) is administratively wiped away because of actions clearly attributable to untreated PTSD.

If you or a loved one received a less than honorable discharge from the military, please consider reaching out to a veterans organization or an experienced military attorney who can help you determine if that discharge can be upgraded to one that you deserve.

'Dirty, Embarrassing Secret:' Veterans with PTSD Struggle to Shed Stigma of Bad Paper Discharges

How Do I Get an NJP Removed?

Posted by Don King | Mar 31, 2021 | 0 Comments

Marine's Question: "I received a DUI in February 2018 and it was completely taken care of by March of 2018. I received NJP on August of 2019. In Section 0124 of the JAGMAN addresses Marines being referred to court-martial or subject to NJP after they have been tried domestic or foreign crim...

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Military Discharge Upgrades: DON'T GIVE UP!

Posted by Don King | Dec 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

Military Discharge Upgrades: A Legal Victory and False Hope?   Are you or a loved one one of the tens of thousands of veterans who received a less than honorable discharge? If so, you likely know the stigma and difficulty that such a characterization of service brings in the civilian world. ...

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A "Disgusting Failure" Indeed.

Posted by Don King | Nov 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

While I know many honorable, competent prosecutors, others make deeply flawed decisions: sometimes out mistake, sometimes out of incompetence, and sometimes out of reasons more nefarious.   This one simply HAD to be the latter. And it stands as yet another example of how those who make “u...

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At KML, we focus on Courts Martial, Appeals, Administrative Hearings, Correction of Military Records Discharge Upgrades, and Security Clearance Issues. Unfortunately, we are not able to assist with family law issues (such as divorce, child custody, etc.). We recommend you contact your local base legal office for assistance with these matters.


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