As service members and their spouses know, military life is quite different from civilian life. In the same light, when a military marriage comes to an end, the divorce process will need to address military-specific complexities as well.
Military Divorce Representation from a Former Marine
As a former Marine, attorney Jim Ross understands the military life from the inside. He knows the pride that comes from service, as well as the challenges. So when service members and their spouses face divorce, attorney Ross is uniquely positioned to help.
Attorney Ross and our legal team provide strategic divorce representation to active and retired members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, as well as their spouses. We understand how civilian laws intersect with military law and the impact this can have on military divorce.
Among the military divorce issues we are ready to help you address:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Division of property
- Military pensions
- Housing allowance
- Combat duty pay
- Military disability pay
- Military health care coverage
- Divorce and deployment
- Survivor benefits
- Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
- Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act
The Many Roads to Resolution in Military Divorce
As with any couple who is ending their marriage, it can be extremely beneficial for service members and their spouses to seek peaceful resolutions through divorce negotiation or mediation. However, if at any point your best interests are not being served through these routes, we are fully prepared to protect your rights during courtroom litigation.
Texas Service Member Divorce Lawyers
If you are a service member or spouse, and are facing divorce, contact our law firm at 817-275-4100 to schedule an initial consultation. Our Arlington military divorce attorneys are ready to help.
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