For members of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corp, Coast Guard or National Guard, military divorce has even more jurisdiction issues than the average divorce case. So how do you navigate these issues and figure out where to file your divorce? If you’ve already visited your JAG office, they probably told you they don’t handle divorces. So now you need to talk to an attorney, but you’re unsure where to start. If you live in Florida, call The Walker Law Firm. We are veterans representing veterans in divorce and defense matters.
In terms of the law, military members are not any different from non-enlisted couples when it comes to divorce. There are some additional details to consider that could affect your divorce. The divorce process could take longer than normal if you or your spouse happen to be on active duty in a remote area or overseas. Considerations of Military Retirement Pay and Pensions, as well as the Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act should be reviewed and discussed.
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