While on active duty. Mr. Walluk had the occasion to serve both as a staff judge advocate at base and major command levels, as legal advisor to the Secretary of the Air Force Personnel Counsel in Washington DC and at the Air Force Military Personnel Center, Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.

In these positions he became experienced with the legal needs and requirements of military families, particularly the issues of military retirement and survivor benefit plans (SBP) when families are broken. He also gained experience and expertise in dealing with federal boards such as the boards for correction of military records (BCMR), discharge review boards(DRB), physical disability boards(PDB), and physical evaluation boards (PEB). He is has represented many civilian employees in Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) and equal employment opportunity commission (EEOC) hearings and appeals.On numerous occasions he has been retained to assist in preliminary phases of actions such as grievances, disciplinary actions, and removals from employment; to prevent the necessity of appeals to these boards.

Contrary to assurances you might hear in advertisements, no lawyer is successful 100% of the time, including Mr. Walluk, and no one can guarantee success ina legal matter.  However experience with the rules, regulations and procedures make success more attainable and less costly to clients. Attorneys who infrequently handle these types of cases are usually required to spend hours of unnecessary time learning the procedures that need to be followed and the applicable law. Mr. Walluk has been deeply involved in these cases for over 40 years as both a military and civilian attorney.

Anthony Walluk received his juris doctorate degree from Syracuse University, in 1971. He served in the United States Air Force retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel in July 1993 and established his practice in San Antonio, Texas in 1993 where he has developed an expertise in the areas of military and federal civilian personnel as well as military family law. In addition to having been admitted to practice in Texas in 1980, he is also admitted to practice in the Federal District Courts, Western District of Texas, the US Court of Federal Claims, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the Supreme Court of the United States.

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