Contact Us for a Free Consultation 866-517-0007



Posted by John Rutkowski | Apr 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

The statute allowing military servicemember to designate family member to exercise time-sharing rights while the servicemember is under temporary assignment orders to relocate away from the child does not apply in instant case in which service member's assignment was a permanent change in station. Context of statute impels use of military's technical definitions for “temporarily assigned” and “permanent change of station.” Legislature's use of term “temporarily assigned” means a duty assignment of up to six months away from member's permanent duty station that provides for the member's next duty assignment, whether that be resuming duties at the former permanent duty station or further temporary duty. Read Case Below:

About the Author

John Rutkowski

Mr. Rutkowski has been practicing law for the past twenty-three years. Prior to practicing law Mr. Rutkowski served twelve years as a deputy sheriff, retiring to attend law school. Starting his law-enforcement career as a patrol deputy which included two years on the DUI squad; Mr. Rutkowski moved up the ranks becoming a corporal in the field training program which give him the responsibility for training new recruits.


There are no comments for this post. Be the first and Add your Comment below.

Leave a Comment

Contact us

John P. Rutkowski, Attorney at Law, is focused on all aspects, Criminal Defense, Criminal Appeals, Driving/Boating Under the Influence. Sale, Delivery, Possession Drugs, All Sex Crimes, Felony & Misdemeanor. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.