President Obama Vows to Finish the Job

The link below should route you to a relevant update from Army Times Daily News Roundup concerning the President’s anticipated Afghan war strategy speech now set for next Tuesday, 1 December.  

Also, our offices will be closed for the remainder of the week.   Wishing all who stop here a warm and happy Thanksgiving with family and friends. 

If you do have a critical need to get in touch over the next several days, please send an email to  We’ll get back to you promptly. 

Our offices open up again on Monday, 30 November 2009.  For those of you facing a Tuesday, 1 December suspense to open an exemption case, please know that we can still help.  There’s plenty of time for me to engage in a meaningful, effective way.  We’ve been here before. 

Thank you.  Sincerely,  Bill Meili 



More IRR Involuntary Mobilization Orders Published 17 November 2009

Update on the previous post. Another set of IRR involuntary recall orders were cut 17 November. The suspense on these orders for submitting an exemption request to St. Louis is Tuesday, 1 December 2009 — a week from tomorrow. If you need help, call my office at 214 363-1828. Ashley will get you started with a few preliminary questions to get me properly situated. There’s time. We can do this.

Thanks, Bill Meili

Most Recent IRR Testimonial

The wife of a Client, whose appeal was approved two weeks ago, recently sent me the attached letter of thanks. I hope this gives anyone searching hope, and a measure of confidence that there is a solution. Thank you. Bill

November 5, 2009
William C Meili
6116 North Central Expressway
Suite 1090
Dallas, TX 75206
214 363-1828

Dear Bill,

Mike & I wanted to write and tell you how much we appreciate you and your service to us! We want to express to all those out there who may be struggling with what the right step is, rest assured that calling Bill is the right step! Most importantly do it quick! Although we had made contact with Bill as soon as Mike received his involuntary mobilization orders, we tried to file the exemption packet ourselves. Needless to say, we tried our best but didn’t have a clue what evidence the Army was looking for. The exemption was denied. We contacted Bill again, and he was on our side immediately. He has the wisdom, experience, and dedication to steer you through the crazy, stressful process in just the right way. He’s not just interested in you as another “client” but cares about each case in a personal way. With his help, we were able to gather the right paperwork and letters from educational sources, work sources, and family sources. He was also able to guide my husband through the process at the VA hospital. From the first time I contacted the office via email in August, receiving a personal call back within minutes (and it was a weekend!) to the final submission of our appeal packet, my husband and I were in good hands. Bill has the expertise, and more than that, the concern for those he’s working for. We should have gone with Bill from the beginning, as we found out, it’s not as easy as it seems. I am so happy to say that just last week Mike’s appeal was granted and he was favorably discharged. I have no doubt that without Bill’s help this would not be the case today.

Sincerely yours,

Sarah N Kitterman
Wife of SPC R Mike Kitterman

IRR Delay and Exemption Request Approved

Received word last week that a Client’s IRR mobilization exemption request was approved on the initial look. He will be discharged honorably from further service, and his orders have been revoked by direction of the Commander, HRC, ST. Louis.

Please visit our website at for further information about the IRR Delay and Exemption process, and to read testimonials from former IRR Delay and Exemption Clients. Then call us as without delay. The sooner we engage, the better.

We represent Clients throughout the United States and around the world. References are readily available upon request.

Thank you. Bill Meili 214 363-1828. Dallas Office.

Ft. Hood Shootings Focus the Nation’s Attention

All: At about 1430 CST today, I heard from my oldest daughter who works for a Dallas television station about the tragedy unfolding at Ft. Hood. It’s now about five hours later, and like so many others, I’ve been focused on the reports flowing in from news outlets all over the country.

I simply wanted to mark this moment by posting condolences to all those affected by this latest horror, which hits so close to home and heart. All of us who wear or who have worn the uniform, and the family members, are touched in some way and saddened. My prayers and thoughts are that we all hang together with strength, and try to help those affected — and each other — forward in any way we’re able.

Respectfully, Bill Meili, COL (Ret.), JA, USAR