Whether you are an active-duty member of the United States military, the spouse of a combat soldier or the spouse of someone who is stationed overseas or deployed — if you are contemplating a divorce, there are some important considerations to be aware of, such as:
- The protections afforded to active duty personnel by the Serviceman’s Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
- The special residency, filing and jurisdictional issues that often come into play with military divorce cases
- The federal laws governing the division of military pensions and wage garnishments
- The special rules that apply to child support and alimony in military divorces
If you are deployed, our attorneys will act to protect your interests with both compassion and empathy, understanding the difficulties as only one who has traveled the road before you can. Bring the experience and understanding of Berkhimer Law to bear for you.
In the Norfolk area and surrounding portions of the state — no matter what side of these issues you’re on — Berkhimer Law can protect your rights and interests. Contact us for your free initial consultation today.
We have experienced and understand the hardships of military life – as both a service member and a dependent.
Our firm emphasizes the benefits of handling marital dissolution issues outside of court whenever it’s realistically possible and appropriate. If you are in the military or are the spouse of a military member and, you are considering a divorce — we encourage you to talk with us.
Make arrangements for your free initial consultation by calling our office at (757) 410-9263 or send us an email.