Are you a member of the Navy who is facing divorce? Are you the spouse of a Navy member with questions about your eligibility for pension benefits? In either case, it is important to seek legal advice from an attorney who has specific experience representing clients in a military divorce.
The Lasky Law Firm understands the unique concerns and challenges of Navy members and other members of the U.S. military in divorce legal matters. From the division of military pensions and other benefits, to the issue of alimony/spousal support, Florida Navy divorce attorney Cindy Lasky is ready to provide useful information and protect your rights in divorce. Whether you are a member of the Navy or a civilian spouse, you are invited to contact a Florida Navy divorce attorney to schedule a consultation.
Experienced Navy Divorce Attorney
Attorney Cindy Lasky has represented numerous Navy members, other U.S. military members, and civilian spouses in divorce matters. Not all family law attorneys have experience representing clients in a military divorce. Attorney Lasky does, and she can explain how the length of military service, the length of the marriage, and other factors come into play in your divorce.
Due to the nature of active service and deployment, military members are not always available to sign papers, appear in hearings, and otherwise participate in divorce legal proceedings. The Lasky Law Firm understands this, and works to accommodate the unique scheduling concerns of military members. Florida Navy divorce attorney Cindy Lasky works with clients stationed all over the world, using technology to stay in close communication with clients and pass on important information.
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To schedule an initial consultation with a Florida Navy divorce attorney, contact our Clay 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.