Divorce When One Spouse Is In The Military
Military divorces present unique factors that do not arise in civilian divorces. If you or your spouse is a military member, it is important that you retain a family law attorney who has experience handling military divorce cases.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, our experienced family law attorneys have represented many clients in military dissolution proceedings. We are familiar with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and other laws that may impact your rights if you are a member of the military, or if your spouse is a member of the military. We are prepared to adeptly manage all issues of divorce that may arise in the course of your dissolution process, including:
- Property division
- Child custody
- Child visitation
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Domestic violence
To speak with a family law attorney at our firm about a military divorce, contact us today for assistance. From our office in Little Rock, we proudly serve clients throughout Arkansas.
Sound Advice And Vigorous Representation
We are prepared to advise you about critical factors that may affect your rights. Unique factors apply in military divorce cases:
- Members of the military are required to provide support for dependent spouses.
- As a general rule, military retirement benefits are not divisible assets until the military service member has reached the age of eligibility for retirement.
- Special rules may impact the proper calculation of child support in a military dissolution.
As with any divorce, issues such as property division and child custody bear great significance. You can rely on our caring and highly skilled divorce lawyers to advocate vigorously on your behalf.