Legal Advice Backed By Military Experience
Military service members, veterans and their families face unique legal challenges in many situations. If you have a legal concern in which military law might be relevant, an attorney unfamiliar with that body of law may not be able to accurately advise you.
At Andrews & Sanders Law Offices, we are proud to represent military members and their families, and through our years of serving them we have developed a deep understanding of military law and regulations. Our attorneys understand the important of collecting the correct evidence and military records in these cases. Due to our proximity to Fort Steward Military Reservation as well as Hunter Army Airfield, we are excellently positioned to serve many of our local service members. If you are a service member and you are looking for an experienced local attorney, then reach out to us today.
We Are Dedicated To Serving Our Military Members
The members of our team are proud of the work that we perform through our full range of legal representation that we provide to active service members as well as our veterans. Military law is a broad practice area that encompasses many different and disparate types of issues, and when our clients are facing those issues they turn to us because of our familiarity with all of the applicable laws and regulations.
Within each of our practice areas, our lawyers eminently qualified and in tune with the different considerations that go into each case we take on, especially for our military members. We offer a broad array of services, such as:
- Uniform Code of Military Justice: We counsel clients facing courts-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.
To discuss your circumstances, request a free consultation at our Savannah office through our online contact form, or call 912-341-6861. We will represent you zealously, giving you the kind of help we would demand for ourselves if we were service members in legal trouble.