As of September 20th 2011,the old “don’t ask, don’t tell” rule that has been in force for about 18 years is gone. The end of this policy marks a victory for Mayport gay and lesbian military personnel.
Now Mayport gay sailors and soldiers who don’t have to fear the loss of their military career because of their sexual orientation can feel free to obtain the legal advice and
LGBT legal documents
which will not only protect them but their relationships as well.
There are several
Documents that will enable Jacksonville military men and women to provide for their loved ones. Same-sex couples do not have the inherent rights that heterosexual couples enjoy. Preparing a
will ensure that your decisions are honored when you are no longer able to communicate your wishes.
Same-sex couples are often encouraged to consult with a
to learn about other ways to legally ensure that you, your partner, and your children are provided for not only now but in the future as well.
Mayport gay and lesbian naval and military members can feel comfortable consulting with a
Mayport Law Firm
that accepts them for who they are, not who they love or how they love.