BOARD OF CORRECTIONS
Former and current service members can petition the Boards for Correction of Military Records to correct errors, remove injustices from their military service records, or request an upgrade from a punitive discharge. With the current military client, many service members and veterans are faced with erroneous or unjust outcomes from their military service. The board of corrections can correct injustices, to include, correcting an OER or NCOER, removing a nonjudicial punishment under Article 15, removing a Board of Inquiry or Administrative Separation proceeding, reinstating rank, changing military disability rating, adjusting retirement information, and much more. Time is of the essence to correct errors in your military record, contact us today for a review of your case and to retain the experienced help you need to prepare your packet before the board of corrections for military records (BCMR). You only get one chance to go before the board, make sure you prepare the best case possible for the board.
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We invite you to contact us and provide us the opportunity to review your case with you and the possible solutions. If you are unsure of your choices or just want to know what your rights are, we look forward to speaking with you. Initial consultations allow you to determine whether our firm is the right fit for you.
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Cheryl Van Ackeren
Attorney at Law
Attorney at Law