If you serve in the U.S. Armed Forces or are married to a servicemember, you face specific challenges when it comes to custody, divorce, and other family law matters. It is important to work with an attorney who understands military divorce and can protect your rights to the fullest extent. This includes a complete understanding of the Uniformed Services Former Spouse’s Protection Act and how this impacts divorce in Maryland. Your attorney must also know how to address specific issues related to residential requirements for remotely stationed servicemembers and how military retirement pay and military health insurance benefits may be affected by a divorce.
At DiPietro Law Group, PLLC, we have a good deal of experience with military divorce, and we operate with a client-first mentality. Family law is our passion, and we recognize just how much of an impact divorce can have on you, your children, and your financial stability. Our Annapolis military divorce attorneys are ready to put over 60 years of collective experience in your corner as we pursue an outcome that is in your best interests.
Contact our offices today at (410) 220-6784 or contact us online to arrange a confidential consultation.
Military Divorce & Your Rights
As a parent and spouse, you have specific rights when it comes to divorce. Our team can address specific divorce-related issues that affect members of the U.S. military and their spouses, including:
- Where to file based on residency requirements
- Custody and visitation for servicemembers on active duty
- How divorce will affect military pensions and health benefits
- Spousal support for either spouse
- Arranging court dates and serving divorce papers on an active duty spouse
Even the strongest relationship can be challenged by frequent separation and the stress often associated with being on active military duty. Our Annapolis divorce lawyers represent clients who are in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, and those who are married to members of the Armed Forces. We also assist veterans and spouses of veterans in a complete range of family law matters. No matter your needs, we are here to protect your rights and interests.
Call (410) 220-6784 today to learn more about our military divorce services and how we can help you.