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    CORRECTION OF MILITARY RECORDS

    Are there important aspects of your life being limited by incorrect information in your
    military record?  Is there a mistake in your record that is coming back to cause you
    problems?

    There are specific procedures that must be followed to make a request for correction
    in a military record. Generally a veteran or survivor has three years from the time
    they discover the mistake in the military record to request a correction.

    An Experienced Attorney May Be A GOOD Idea

    While many government and military agencies have
    forms and procedures that allow you to advocate for
    yourself, in reality you are stepping into a bureaucratic
    mine field. MAO suggests finding a lawyer with
    experience dealing with a board for correction of
    military records. There are very limited number of
    attorneys that handle these types of issues and they
    are highly specialized. Visit our “Find A Lawyersection
    to learn if there is a military records attorney in your
    area or contact us and we can put you in touch with an
    experienced military records correction lawyer.

    DISCHARGE UPGRADES – REVIEW OF DISCHARGE OR DISMISSAL

    An experienced military records attorney may also be able to help you obtain a
    change or modification of your military discharge. Commonly referred to as a
    Discharge Upgrade Lawyer, an attorney experienced in dealing with military
    discharge review board may be your best chance at a military record correction or
    discharge upgrade.

    Contact one of our MAO qualified attorneys or contact us and we can put you in
    touch with a lawyer experienced with your particular type military issue.

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