Divorce is one of the most stressful occurrences a person can face, and emotions always run high when a divorce action is imminent or has already been filed. And when one, or even both, of the spouses is in the military, there are additional concerns and issues which must be addressed. But our team of lawyers have assisted hundreds of clients with divorces and have decades of experience helping clients through the stress and emotions that go hand-in-hand when a divorce action is imminent or has been filed, even if military issues are involved in the divorce case.
Military divorces can become that much more stressful if children are involved and the parties cannot agree on where the children should live, or if one party is seeking to relocate with the children. Or if you are in the military and are already divorced, or if you are in the military and were never married to the other parent, and you are about to deploy, the issues regarding how your children will be cared for can be of extreme concern.
Our attorneys have helped countless clients navigate this stress and uncertainty. If you are facing a military divorce, or other issues related to military deployment, contact us to find out what issues you will face and how we can help you navigate them with confidence.
For information on how the court will determine alimony and child support, or how the court will address the other issues in your divorce, visit our divorce/dissolution of marriage page.
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Our lawyers often tell a client at the beginning of a family law consultation that during the first part of the meeting the client will be asked lots of questions in order for us to obtain as much information as possible about the issues facing the client, and then in the second part of the meeting, we will literally be teaching the client about the law and legal rules which are applicable to the client’s legal issues. And at that time we will provide the client with a very straight forward and direct analysis of the possible outcomes on the various issues that are present in the case. Often a client will start out the consultation feeling nervous and stressed, and even emotional. But by the time a client leaves the consultation, the client usually feels that they have not only been “heard,” but that they have been given the knowledge to enable them to understand what they are facing and the possible outcomes, so that the client feels much more in-control about a very stressful and uncertain situation.
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