Understanding Military Divorce
Even attorneys who have practiced family and matrimonial law for years can find themselves at a disadvantage when attempting to represent a service member or a non-military spouse. Tully Rinckey PLLC’s military divorce attorneys can help you navigate the potential pitfalls that military families face in their legal matter. These pitfalls can lurk in the division of property, where to file for divorce, military retirement and disability pay, child custody, and child support. The team of attorneys at Tully Rinckey PLLC can represent service members or their non-military spouses in New York, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. If you are located elsewhere, we can advise your attorney on the unique nuances of military divorce, child support, and retirement or veterans’ compensation issues.
Service members and non-military spouses pursuing a divorce face a unique set of challenges that civilians do not encounter when attempting to dissolve their union. Getting divorced is a complex process, and it is especially complicated in the military.