Divorce Guidance For Veterans And Active Service Members
Active duty military members and veterans, or spouses of former or current service members face unique challenges when going through a divorce. There are important issues that need to be carefully considered before any decisions are made regarding various aspects of your case. Getting detailed advice is essential to making the right choices for your future.
Our divorce clients include service members from the Beale and Travis Air Force bases, veterans and spouses of military members. Founding attorney Daniel M. Karalash, a former U.S. Air Force Captain, understands how military service can impact a divorce. At Strategic Law Command, we understand the expectations and obligations our military clients have. We’ll make sure you have all the information you need to find the best solution for you and your family.
Property Considerations In Military Divorce
Property division in military divorce is very similar to divorce between civilians. Military pensions, just like civilian retirement funds, are divided along with other property according to state law.
It is very important to carefully consider where you file for divorce. Your home state, the state where you or your spouse are stationed, and you spouse’s home state might all have different rules for dividing marital property.
At Strategic Law Command, we will walk you through all of your options and answer any questions you have. We are available 24/7 to our clients. Divorce is often complex and charged with intense emotions, you need an attorney on your side who you can trust.
Custody And Support
The custody of your children and any child or spousal support obligations connected to the divorce may be complex issues to resolve as well. You need to make sure you are taking full advantage of the options available to you under the law, which include special provisions for active duty military members currently deployed. We can help you find the approach right for your particular situation and offer you advice and guidance throughout the process.