When married to a Military spouse, yet facing a military divorce, the main challenges you might face are issues relating to financial matters.
Military retirement pay and benefits are important in military divorce as well as survivor death benefits. They are often considered as marital property subject to division of
property. Due to the specific importance of the division of community property, you may need to seek a qualified
military divorce attorney who has a strong foundation in military divorce and property.
Child Custody is important in
military divorce and deployment issues, location where stationed, and frequent relocation. Generally, armed services members do not have the same control over where they live as in a civilian divorce. This may cause the military member to need
local legal representation in an effort to look out for his best interests while stationed away from the children. We advocate for those stationed abroad with the intent to gain
visitation upon return and sometimes phone and Skype visits while away.
When facing a Military divorce, call the 22 year law firm of
Richard K, Isles.