Experienced Family Law Representation for Military Families
Divorce cases involving military families are quite different from civilian divorce cases. There are unique issues that must be resolved that are exclusive to members of the armed services. It is important to get legal representation that understands the differences between military and civilian divorce. At Bivek Brubaker & Prescott, LLC, our Marietta military divorce lawyers have extensive experience guiding military families through the legal process. Let us put our experience to work for you.
If you or your spouse is a military member and you are facing the prospect of divorce, it is important to get experienced legal help. Contact our Georgia family law attorneys online, or call us toll free at 866-956-0340 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.
Special Issues Surrounding Military Divorce
While a divorce involving military members will ultimately help resolve typical matters such as child support and child custody, as well as property division and spousal support issues, there are a number of special issues that must be considered in these types of divorce cases, including:
Benefits division: Military retirement pensions and other benefits that are offered to armed services members are often one of the biggest assets that is subject to property division. Our Atlanta divorce lawyers have extensive experience helping people reach quick, equitable settlements of all benefits packages.
Deployment and child custody: Deployment typically means that you and the other parent of the child will be located in different jurisdictions, different states or different countries. This can pose a variety of problems when it comes to child support, custody and visitation matters. We will work hard to develop a parenting plan that helps children maintain a relationship with both parents, regardless of their location.
Rules and regulations among military branches: Whether you or your spouse is a member of the Army, the Navy, the Marines, Coast Guard or another branch of the military, there will be conflicting rules and regulations that must be considered in terms of handling the divorce. We understand the varying rules and procedures to help guide you through the process efficiently and effectively.
Having an attorney who is unfamiliar with the issues that are raised in a military divorce can lead to a disaster. At Bivek Brubaker & Prescott, LLC, our lawyers are well versed in this area of law and have helped many military families through this difficult time in their lives.
Call for a Free Consultation With an Atlanta Property Division Lawyer
From dividing property to developing a proper custody and visitation plan, the issues confronting military families in a divorce require an experienced and understanding hand. Contact our Marietta military divorce attorneys online, or call us toll free at 866-956-0340 to schedule a free 30-minute initial consultation to discuss your situation.