Different divorce types have different considerations

All divorces are difficult situations, but there are some divorces that require special attention. No matter what type of divorce you are going through, you should make sure that you know your rights and have a plan for making sure those rights aren’t violated. We know that you might have some questions about your divorce. We are here to answer them for you while we make sure your rights are respected and your best interests are considered.

If you are in the military or married to a service member, you have to think about the special circumstances of military service. Child custody matters, for example, might pose a problem because of new billets and deployments. If you have been married for more than 20 years and that time overlapped with at least 20 years of military service, you have to consider how divorce will affect retirement. We can help you to learn about these factors in a military divorce.

If your divorce involves domestic violence, we can help you learn about protective orders. We can also help you to learn how domestic violence accusations can affect child custody and visitation.

If your divorce includes significant assets, we can help you learn about how the property division process works. There are special considerations that must be factored in when the assets include investment accounts, businesses or retirement accounts. We can help you learn about those.

No matter how simple or complex your divorce, you need to stay informed about what is going on. This can help you make choices as the case moves toward the final divorce decree.

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