Skilled Handling Of Military Divorce Issues
Simply put, divorce is different for the men and women who serve our nation in the armed forces.
If you want the best chance of achieving your goals, your lawyer must be able to understand and account for all types of unique issues, including mobility schedules, family care plans, military benefits and other differences.
We offer a 10% discount to all active duty service members.
Fortunately, our team at The Law Office of Lisa Vance., understands the distinct challenges faced by both servicemen and women and civilian spouses. In the San Antonio area, we are ready to help people stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, Randolph Air Force Base and Fort Sam Houston, as well as Texas natives stationed elsewhere.
Call 210-265-6277 to schedule a consultation with attorney, Lisa A. Vance in San Antonio, Texas. Our divorce lawyers offer compassionate, experienced advice on family law issues including custody, child support, alimony and divorce. We also handle estate planning, probate, elder law issues, as well as animal welfare law.
Consult With an Attorney Who Understands Your Circumstances
We offer our clients extensive professional experience and personal insight into navigating the maze of military benefits and regulations.
Our attorneys will work closely with you to specifically address the issues in your military divorce, including:
- Division of military retirement
- Survivor benefit plans
- Cost of living adjustments made to military retirement
- Duty of medical care
- Benefits for nonmilitary spouses
Because we know these laws, we can tell you at the beginning of your case what may happen in your divorce, and what is unlikely to happen. Above all, we strive to help our clients create purposeful and achievable goals that protect the best interests of their children.
Preparing for the Future With Family Care Plans
If you are going to be deployed overseas, you can take steps to prepare for the future by creating a family care plan. The Department of Defense recently required service members with joint or legal custody of a minor child to develop a family care plan. These plans are very helpful for single parents and families with two military parents.
Our firm can help you consider the important elements to include in a family care plan, like housing, transportation, food, medical care and other important matters that involve the health and well-being of your child(ren).