Top Seattle Military Lawyers - Washington

As patient, consistent, professional attorneys representing the people of Tacoma, Washington, in matters of military law, the law office of Van Ackeren, PS, is committed to working closely with clients to help them make the right decision about any legal issues they may face. Members of the military often require special assistance when it comes to matters of the law, and we are qualified,...

Our goal is to provide a comprehensive set of miltary law resources ; however, no online guide can replace the services of an experienced military lawyer . If you have a specific question regarding military law, including Court-Martial and Administrative Separations, we strongly urge you to contact military lawyer Stephen Karns or another attorney experienced in military law. Your Rights Under...

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