Army Divorce ImageIf you are an Army member or non-military spouse facing divorce, it is important to work with an attorney who understands the unique concerns and challenges that arise in a military divorce. Not all divorce attorneys understand the unique legal concerns of military members and non-military spouses in divorce. As a Florida army divorce lawyer and the spouse of a retired military member, Cindy Lasky has a unique understanding of the legal issues facing military members and their spouses in divorce, and the benefits available to both parties upon dissolution.
For more information about divorce legal services available to Army members and non-military spouses, contact a Florida Army divorce lawyer today.
Divorce Legal Services for Army Members
If you are an Army member on active duty, Florida Army divorce lawyer Lasky can explain how divorce, paternity, child support, and related legal matters are affected by your active duty status, and what protections are offered by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).
The division of military benefits is a major concern of both military members and non-military spouses. The Lasky Law Firm is familiar with the state and federal laws applying to the division of military pensions and other benefits, and how the length of service and the length of the marriage come into play. In general, the longer the service, the greater the benefits — and the longer the marriage, the stronger the rights. Jacksonville military divorce attorney Lasky can explain how past or present military service affects the rights of spouses in divorce.
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The Lasky Law Firm is proud to serve Army members in divorce, child support, pension division, and related legal matters. To schedule a consultation with a Florida Army divorce lawyer,contact our Duval County family law firm today.
Please note, all information herein is provided for general informational purposes only. The information herein is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Different factual scenarios may yield different results. In addition, several other factors must be considered in each individual case, and those factors can only be ascertained by speaking directly to an attorney.