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The Army Privacy Program. The provision in a court order or separation agreement directing the soldier to provide financial support to a family member on a periodic basis. For support purposes, gross pay includes basic pay and allowances to include special, incentive, and other pay when received on a monthly basis. Also, the support agreement may be shown by letters exchanged between the parties in which the amount of support has been agreed to by the parties.
An amount of money prescribed and limited by law that a soldier receives to pay for quarters not provided by the Government. Headquarters, Department of the Army. Any record under DA control from which information is retrieved by the name of the individual or by his or her SSN.
The chief legal officer and his or her staff who advise commanders on laws and regulations affecting the command.
The user does not have to read it to understand this regulation. The total amount of money a soldier owes a family member for prior months in which the soldier failed to comply xr the minimum support requirements of 653-100 regulation. A written or oral complaint by a family member, or a third party acting on behalf of a family member, that alleges one of the following:. Any other person for example, parent, stepchild, etc. Appendix A to Part – Reference.
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It also includes any foreign nation court or administrative order recognized by treaty or international agreement. Department of the Army. Such matters include marriage, divorce, adoption, paternity, child custody problems, and support obligations.
A soldier’s minor children from present and former marriages, including children legally adopted by the soldier. Includes command judge advocates and post judge advocates, but not legal assistance attorneys or attorneys assigned to the Trial Defense Service. As used in this regulation, the term soldier includes commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted personnel.
A written support agreement may be contained in a separation agreement or property settlement agreement. Army lawyers designated to advise sr assist soldiers and their families on family law matters. Gross pay does not include wages from off-duty employment.
Release of Information and Records from Army Files. Gross pay does not include funds not received on a monthly basis that is, enlistment and reenlistment bonuses and accrued leave payments. A former spouse is not a family member. An 635100 of money prescribed by law that a soldier receives ae defray high housing costs in the continental United States.
A family member does not include the child of a soldier who has been legally adopted by another person. Any written agreement between husband and wife in which the amount of periodic financial support to be provided by the soldier spouse has been agreed to by the parties.
In the context of this regulation, a legal assistance attorney also includes a lawyer retained by 635100 soldier at his or her own expense. A related publication 6355-100 merely a source of additional information. Uniform Code of Military Justice. It also includes a complaint by a mother of a child born out of ae against a soldier father who has abducted or detained the child. As used in this regulation, court order includes all judicial and administrative orders and decrees, permanent and temporary, granting child custody, directing financial support, and executing paternity findings.
A written or oral complaint by a family member, or a third party acting on behalf of a family member, that alleges that the soldier is violating a court order granting custody of minor children to someone other than the soldier. A soldier’s present 635-1000. Court orders are presumed valid in the absence of evidence to the contrary.