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Military Family Law
When a military family goes through a divorce, there are unique circumstances that influence decisions and outcomes.
- Divorce- What If I am out of country?
- Military retirement benefits in divorce (Domestic Relations Order)
- Child support – How is it calculated?
- Child custody – What happens if you go TDY? What if you are assigned to a foreign country? How do you handle long distance visitation?
- Spousal support (alimony)
- Health benefits for children and ex-spouses after divorce
- Division of property (assets and debts)
- Post-divorce changes to court orders
The McLaughlin Law Office can answer those issues and many others. Our Grandfathers, Fathers, Husbands, and Sons have proudly served the United States Military.
If you are one of our American military personnel stationed around the world or if you are married to someone who is, you will be dealing with some Family Law issues that don’t affect civilians.
Your Family Law legal needs are different because of the transient nature of military life. It is important to speak to an attorney well versed in the intricacies of how military life and rules affect domestic relations law. There are numerous circumstances that come into effect involving all areas of military family law including but not limited to; military divorce, child custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, alimony, military benefits, paternity, pension rights, property division, and residency requirements.
The McLaughlin Law Office will protect your rights.