Any divorce may present serious challenges, but if you or your spouse are in the military, you will have to deal with specific legal issues best addressed by a lawyer who is experienced in military family law. While the overall divorce process is much like that for civilian couples, there are unique issues that can affect support and asset division, specifically military pensions and pay. Custody and residency can also be complex matters due to time served in other states and countries.
DiPietro Law Group, PLLC represents men and women who are serving or have served in the military, and their spouses, in divorce and other family law matters. Our Washington DC military divorce lawyers know how state and federal laws affect the division of military pension and military health insurance benefits. We can work closely with you to ensure your interests are protected and assets preserved.
Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation.
Answering the Tough Questions About Your Military Divorce
Education is an important part of our mission here at DiPietro Law Group, PLLC. Our Washington, D.C. military divorce attorneys are here to answer the tough questions about your case, to address your concerns, and to protect your legal rights throughout the duration of your case – whether this is a fault, no-fault, contested, uncontested, or collaborative military divorce.
Work with our firm and get answers to such questions as:
- How will your/your spouse’s military pension and health benefits be affected?
- In which state/county should you file for divorce?
- Will you be entitled to receive or required to pay spousal support?
- How will child custody and support be determined?
- What factors will influence the division of property and assets?
- What is the timeline for a military divorce?
For more information and a review of your case, contact our Washington, D.C. office.