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June 2015 Archives

How will divorce affect my military retirement pension?

Being in the military comes with many benefits, such as pensions, and these issues will affect divorce proceedings. They are part of the reason that military divorce is so much more complex and different from civilian divorce. Like every other part of a marriage, these benefits must be divided in a way that the court determines to be fair and equal to both parties.

Man who allegedly absconded with son years ago arrested in NY

There are almost no instances in which child custody is not a heated issue between divorcing couples. Some couples are fortunate enough and part on amicable enough terms to agree on custody issues, but oftentimes former spouses want to minimize the time a child spends with his or her other parent. It makes sense when you think about the fact that the couples divorced for a reason, and parents do not want their children influenced by the bad behaviors that caused the divorce in the first place.

Legal assistance will benefit your divorce

The importance of consulting with an attorney during divorce proceedings cannot be overstated. There are many complex issues in any given divorce case, and no two cases are truly alike, so it is important that you present a case that illustrates your unique circumstances. An in-depth understanding of how Texas courts treat divorce cases can significantly strengthen your case and ensure that your divorce agreement is fair to you and your circumstances.

Special laws for military divorce

The actual concept of divorce is the same for military members as it is for civilians: a court will oversee divorce proceedings to ensure a split in assets and child custody/support that is fair to both parties and in the best interests of the child. However, the actual divorce process is significantly more complex for members of the military, and there are many different laws that govern the way in which a military divorce is handled.

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