Unfortunately, in some cases, relationships dissolve, and the best solution is to consider ending the domestic partnership. For most people, divorce or custody disputes affecting family and other personal relationships are among the most difficult experiences in life. Because you must nevertheless make important decisions, you need counsel that does not brush aside the emotional context of your situation and simply make decisions “for” you. Rather, we engage in meaningful dialogue with you, so that you can make informed decisions for yourself. We strive to understand all of your objectives, including the impact of your decisions on your family and other loved ones. Our goal is to help you select and carry out the most appropriate legal strategy at each step in the process. However, we do not forget that it is “your” case and thus your needs and desires direct case strategy and action.
Our firm brings together a unique blend of military and family law experience that understands the struggles that you are going through. Facing a family problem is likely one of the most stressful situations in your life. You do not have to face the problems alone. Give us a call today, so we can discuss the best way to provide you affordable legal solutions.
Fighting with your former spouse over child custody is emotionally draining. Visitation, changes in visitation, moving, domestic violence, and drug and alcohol abuse often accompany child custody disagreements. The laws surrounding child custody are complicated, and our team is ready to provide you with solutions.
The most common problems involve the splitting of a service member’s military pension and associated benefits, real and personal property division, and child custody planning. The unique challenges require an experienced team with a strong understanding of the state and federal laws that govern military divorce.
Establishing paternity is critical for many reasons. First, the father may agree to support the child only to change his mind. Some benefits are available to the child only if paternity has been established. Establishing paternity can make a significant difference in a child’s health, financial outlook, and identity.
Spousal Support is a monthly payment of money made from one spouse to the other. The court may order spousal support to be paid before the divorce is final, after the divorce, or both. In most cases, the court orders spousal support for a specific purpose and a limited amount of time.