Hardship Discharge Orders Secured for Army National Guard Soldier/Client

Grateful to announce the successful conclusion of a hardship discharge case worked for an Army National Guard Soldier. The Soldier was — and remains — serving as a civilian contractor in Afghanistan. We received honorable discharge orders from his state command headquarters late last month. His testimonial follows:

From my first contact with Bill Meili, I knew that I had a knowledgeable, confident and effective lawyer working for me. I’m a private, civilian contractor working overseas, and I sought Bill’s help on a pressing conflict which had developed with my Army National Guard service. From the first email I received from Bill, I knew I had chosen the right attorney. Mr. Meili’s legal training and experience — together with his deep understanding of how the military works — clearly gave me the advantage I needed.

I recommend Bill Meili to any private government contractor facing similar conflicts between their civilian employment and remaining military obligations. Mr. Meili uses everything in his arsenal to get the job done. KDM, Former National Guard Sergeant.
If you are in the Reserves, Guard or are on Active Duty and need Hardship Discharge representation under applicable regulations, policies, and DoD Directives and Instructions, please call the office and we’ll review your circumstances thoroughly and confidentially.

v\r Bill Meili. 214.363.1828 Dallas office.

IRR Mobilization and Recall Activity Slows

From my vantage point, the pace of IRR mobilization/recall orders being issued and processed by HRC ST. Louis has slowed considerably over the past 35-45 days. I don’t have additional specifics. Simply wanted to acknowledge the apparent slow down in this space. I’ll post as soon as I notice an uptick.

v\r Bill Meili 214.363.1828, Dallas Office