Since 1998, military attorney Peter Kageleiry, Jr. has successfully fought for military members of almost all ranks, both enlisted and officers. He knows the law and has the military experience to advocate effectively on your behalf. The stakes are too high to leave the outcome to chance. Your military career, characterization of service, and your future are at risk. An admin discharge in the Air Force, administrative separation in the Army, or admin separation in the Marines and Navy all face the same risk of an adverse characterization of service and require an experienced military attorney. Click here to see sample separation board and Board of Inquiry results.
“The results speak for themselves – Thanks to Mr. Kageleiry’s advocacy I was exonerated of the allegations against me. Pete was well prepared and he did a great job convincing the board that I had not committed any misconduct.”
— from a former client.
Are You Entitled To An Administrative Separation board?
If you have served in the military for six or more years (eight or more years in the Coast Guard), then you have the right to appear before an administrative separation board or Board of Inquiry. If you have served for less than six years, but the chain of command is recommending an Other Than Honorable (OTH) discharge, then you are entitled to an administrative separation board or Board of Inquiry.
Consequence Of An Adverse Separation
An administrative separation may result in one of three types of military discharge: Honorable; General, Under Honorable Conditions (General Discharge); or Other Than Honorable (OTH). A General or OTH discharge will negatively impact a service member’s future. The reason(s) for discharge annotated on the service member’s Discharge Certificate, DD 214, may also adversely impact a service member’s future employment opportunities. A less than Honorable discharge may prevent a service member from finding certain types of employment, holding a security clearance, or receiving benefits from the Veteran’s Administration including medical and education benefits.
Attorney Peter Kageleiry, Jr. will fight for your career and your future. See our case results here for AdSep and BOI and read more about specific types of service separations at our blog: Navy Officer Separations, Army Compels Separation for Sexual Harassment, AdSep for Navy Enlisted, and How Adverse Actions lead to separations.
Contact The Law Office of Peter Kageleiry, Jr. Consultation
No matter where you are stationed in the world, contact my office at +(757) 504-2815 or through our convenient online form to schedule a consultation.
Attorney Peter Kageleiry, Jr. focuses his legal practice exclusively on military court-martial law and related adverse administrative actions.
Defending Your Freedom
If you are a soldier, sailor, airman, or Marine facing a military court-martial or
if you are under investigation put Peter Kageleiry to work in your military defense.
Your military career, your service record and your future depend on it.