HE AND HIS FAMILY FACED FINANCIAL RUIN
IRR Delay and Exemption
Client Testimonial #15 - He and His Family Faced Financial Ruin
After returning from Iraq I decided to get out of the Army and start a business. For over a year I poured everything I had into the construction and development of my business. Not two weeks after the city issued our certificate of occupancy, the Army mailed orders to report for active duty. The stress of losing everything with no way to repay the outstanding business loans was unbearable.
After researching my options I came across Bill Meili´s web site. I spoke with him and we immediately developed an action plan on how to structure the exemption request. Our first attempt was denied, and it seemed I would be forced to report, which meant financial ruin for me and my family. Bill helped me remain calm and we retooled our approach in an appeal for a second look.
The appeal was granted. I am now able to focus on running my new business in an uncertain economy. Bill was there for me and my family in a very difficult time.
I recommend Bill Meili as a client and a friend. He will help you put your best case forward for your situation. He never made any unrealistic promises. The experience and knowledge that Bill has in military law was invaluable for ultimately carrying through with a successful exemption. If you want to have your best chance to receive a favorable decision, Bill Meili can help guide you through the entire process.
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