Why Current and past Military Members Need Help with Divorce

Current and past military members are afforded certain benefits not allotted to regular citizens. These benefits are well earned due to their current or past sacrifices made for our country. However, if a military member is going through a dissolution of their marriage there are certain things about the process that the person should be aware of. With over 30 years of experience in family law, our Sugar Land area law firm is ready to explain the unknowns and advocate on behalf of you and your family.

The reality of military divorce is that the benefits allotted to service members and their families are divided and counted in a certain way that is different from civilian divorce. This could include benefits such as pensions or health insurance. Each case of divorce is different and should be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Not only will we look out for your best interests, but the best interests of your family if there are children involved. Some of these military benefits are likely to impact them as well. For this reason, it is even more important that the divorcing parties understand what is at stake and how to work through the issues. This way both parties are on the same page and can hopefully come to an amicable agreement.

While divorce is rarely a joyous occasion, we believe in making the best of a situation that is less than ideal. There is a hard way and an easy way to get divorced. Choose Michael D. Tracton, and our team of attorneys to handle your military divorce in a concise and straightforward manner.

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