How Military Divorce Is Different
Divorce for those who are serving in the armed forces has different considerations than regular or “civilian” divorces. If you are planning a divorce and you or your spouse is an active member of our armed forces, be sure to work with an attorney who understands what these considerations are and entail.
At Skillern Firm, we know Texas divorce. This includes military divorce. We can guide, counsel and represent you to ensure that your rights are protected and your obligations are understood.
Skilled Guidance Through The Military Divorce Process
The special considerations of a military divorce are many. As experienced divorce attorneys, we know where the process is the same and where the process deviates. Here are some of the military-related issues we can assist with:
- Military benefit division and TRICARE and CHCBP advisement
- Military pension issues, including qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs), and issues relating to the Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act (USFSPA)
- Active duty and conservatorship and possession and access
- Domestic violence
- Stays and extensions per the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
As experienced military divorce attorneys, we can help you determine where and how to file for your divorce given your residence. We can also guide you through the potential impacts of Texas divorce laws on your specific situation.
Work With A Team That Knows Texas Military Divorce
At Skillern Firm, we have helped numerous clients successfully manage their military divorce. We can help you, too. Call 281-990-4655 to speak to a member of the team. You can also reach us by sending a website contact email so that we can be in touch with you.