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NAVY - OPNAV 1740.4C

(n135) U.S. Navy family care policy

inactive
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 7 May 2007
Status: inactive
Page Count: 26
scope:

Purpose.

To assist servicemembers in developing workable Family Care Plans and establishing procedural requirements and outlining legal options per reference (a). This instruction is a complete revision and should be reviewed in its entirety.

Applicability and Scope.

Servicemembers who meet the criteria defined in this instruction are required to complete and maintain a current Family Care Plan. The policy and guidance within this instruction is effective immediately. This instruction is not intended to, and does not create a right, entitlement, cause of action, or defense in favor of any individual and does not supersede a preexisting or subsequent separation agreement, court order, child custody order, or divorce decree that addresses child custody and support issues. Family Care Plans are mission planning tools that obligate the servicemember to establish and document plans to care for minor children and adult family members/dependents while the servicemember is absent. To be effective, Family Care Plans must consider and comply with applicable State and Federal laws governing child custody and parental rights. Family Care Plans are subject to court orders addressing child custody or support issues and cannot change, modify, or supersede existing court orders. This instruction places no limitations on the lawful prerogatives of the Department of the Navy (DON) or its officials. Existing Family Care Plans for all personnel should be reviewed for compliance with this instruction.

Document History

October 5, 2017
(N170) U.S. NAVY FAMILY CARE POLICY
Purpose a. To establish policy, assign responsibilities, and prescribe procedures for the care of dependent family members of Service members, including Reserve Component (RC) and members of the...
October 27, 2009
(N135) U.S. NAVY FAMILY CARE POLICY
Applicability and Scope. Service members who meet the criteria defined in this instruction are required to complete and maintain a current family care plan. The policy and guidance within this...
OPNAV 1740.4C
May 7, 2007
(n135) U.S. Navy family care policy
Purpose. To assist servicemembers in developing workable Family Care Plans and establishing procedural requirements and outlining legal options per reference (a). This instruction is a complete...
January 5, 2004
(N134) U.S. NAVY FAMILY CARE POLICY
Purpose. To assist members in developing executable family care plans and establish procedural requirements per references (a) and (b). This instruction is a complete revision and should be reviewed...
December 17, 1996
(N134) U.S. NAVY FAMILY CARE POLICY
This instruction applies to all Navy personnel, serving on active duty or in the Ready Reserve, who are single service members or members of dual military couples, that have custodial responsibility...
February 22, 1984
(N134) U.S. NAVY FAMILY CARE POLICY
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