Our office is conveniently located in Columbia County near Augusta Georgia and Fort Gordon at the corner of Bobby Jones Expressway and Washington Road.
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Military service members, veterans and their families face unique legal challenges in many different situations. If you have a legal concern where military law might be relevant, an attorney who is not familiar with that body of law, as well as the practicalities of things like military records, may not be able to accurately advise you.
At the law firm of Chuck Pardue in Augusta, Georgia, many of our clients are members of the military, and we have extensive experience in military law. We often represent service members at Fort Gordon, Fort Stewart Military Reservation and Hunter Army Airfield. For a free phone consultation with an experienced attorney, contact us today.
A Law Firm That Service Members Can Rely On
Our attorneys are devoted to providing comprehensive legal services to military personnel, veterans and their families. Military law touches upon a wide range of issues for people under its jurisdiction, and it is important to work with a lawyer who is familiar with the applicable law.
Attorney Chuck Pardue has a long history of military service with the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps and extensive experience with military trials. Within each of our practice areas, we are highly attuned to the unique considerations affecting our many military clients. Our services include but are not limited to the following:
Veterans claims: We help veterans and their families file claims for VA benefits and pursue appeals of denied claims. We also advise clients about veterans pensions.
Discharge upgrades: If you need to get your discharge upgraded in order to reenlist or obtain VA, educational or retirement benefits, we can help.
Uniform Code of Military Justice: We counsel clients facing court-martial, military investigations and nonjudicial punishment for infractions ranging from DUI to murder.
Military divorce: If you are going through a divorce, it is important to work with an attorney who is familiar with military retirement and pension benefits.
Military medical malpractice: If you were injured during medical treatment that you received on post, there are unique legal limits on your ability to sue for malpractice.