Decommissioning from military service

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Decommissioning from military service

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Despite the fact that the war continues, the military has certain circumstances that can serve as grounds for discharge from service. But you need to understand that in modern realities it will not be easy to do it yourself. Therefore, at this stage, the help of a specialist who understands all the intricacies of military service will not be superfluous.

The procedure for dismissal from military service with the help of a lawyer is the same as without it. However, a lawyer can help the serviceman avoid mistakes and save time.

Stages of dismissal from military service with the help of a lawyer:

Consultation of a lawyer

The first stage is a lawyer's consultation. The lawyer will advise the serviceman on his rights and responsibilities, grounds for dismissal from military service, as well as on the necessary documents for submitting a report.

 

Collection of documents

After the consultation, the lawyer will help the serviceman collect the necessary documents for submitting the report. Such documents may include:

  • report to the commander of the military unit;
  • a copy of a military ticket;
  • a copy of the passport of a citizen of Ukraine;
  • a copy of the document on education;
  • health certificate;
  • other documents confirming the grounds for dismissal from military service.

Submitting a report

The lawyer will help the serviceman to correctly draw up the report and submit it to the commander of the military unit. After all, it often happens that an incorrectly prepared report is a reason for refusing to be discharged from military service.

Review of the report

The commander of the military unit reviews the report and makes a decision on dismissal from military service. In the case of a positive decision, the commander of the military unit issues an order on dismissal from military service.

Appealing the decision

In case of refusal to discharge from military service, a lawyer can help the serviceman appeal the decision of the commander of the military unit.

Peculiarities of dismissal from military service with the help of a lawyer

When decommissioning from military service with the help of a lawyer, it is important to observe the following features:

  • A lawyer must be a specialist in the field of military law.
  • A lawyer should be well acquainted with the Law of Ukraine "On Military Duty and Military Service" and other legal acts regulating the procedure for discharge from military service.
  • A lawyer must have experience in representing the interests of servicemen in military bodies.

With the help of a lawyer, a military serviceman can increase the chances of a successful discharge from military service.

 

A lawyer can provide assistance to a serviceman when he is discharged from military service. In particular, the lawyer can:

  • advise the serviceman on his rights and obligations;
  • help the serviceman collect the necessary documents for submitting the report;
  • to represent the interests of the serviceman during the consideration of the report by the commander of the military unit;
  • to appeal the decision of the commander of the military unit to refuse discharge from military service.

A lawyer can also help a serviceman if he believes that his rights have been violated during discharge from military service.

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