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Military Issues in Family Law Guidebook


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Increased military deployments in recent years have brought a corresponding increased need for information on how this can affect family law matters. The second edition of this Guidebook by author Douglas C. Fredrick, a solo practitioner in Springfield and a JAG officer, features updated analysis, new chapters, and an expanded discussion of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. The Guidebook includes an overview of: 


•    statutes pertaining to servicemembers under Chapter 452, RSMo; 
•    serving a servicemember; 
•    tolling of statutes of limitations;  
•    protections for custody cases;
•    financial benefits available to servicepersons; 
•    division of military retired pay;  
•    and more.

 

2nd ed. 2017 (50 pages)

 

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Douglas C. Fredrick received both his Bachelors in Business Administration and Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. While in Kansas City, he had the opportunity to clerk for the Honorable Sherrill Rosen. He later graduated from the United States Army JAG (Judge Advocate General) School in Charlottesville, Virginia, served in the Army Reserves as a JAG officer for seven years, and in 2012 transferred to the Air Force Reserves, where he currently serves as a JAG officer. Mr. Fredrick is a solo practitioner in Springfield and focuses his practice primarily in the areas of family law, business transactions and litigation, and real estate transactions and litigation. He has argued before the Supreme Court of Missouri and the Southern District of the Missouri Court of Appeals. Mr. Fredrick also owns and manages three real estate investment companies and has served on many local community boards and Missouri Bar committees. He is a prolific author and speaker, typically teaching multiple CLE presentations each year. The second edition of his publication, Military Issues in Family Law was published in 2017.


Content

Chapters

 

1   |   Locating a Servicemember
2   |   Servicing a Servicemember
3   |   Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
4   |   Tolling of Statutes of Limitations, Enforcement of Servicemembers Civil
               Relief Act, and Custody Case Protections
5   |   Statutes Pertaining to Servicemembers Under Chapter 452, RSMo
6   |   Division of Military Retired Pay
7   |   Thrift Savings Plan
8   |   Survivor Benefit Plan
9   |   Transitional Compensation
10 |   Interim Financial Support

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