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Legal assistance attorneys frequently advise military members or their spouses on marriage, divorce, legal separation, child support, child custody, military pension division, and benefits under the Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act, and related issues. If you are considering a divorce or separation, see a legal assistance attorney or civilian family law attorney to discuss is best given your specific situation.

Divorce has both financial and emotional costs for all involved. Financial expenses include legal and civilian attorney fees, the costs of dividing property, possibly child support and alimony, and the costs of separate living places. Emotional stress comes with child custody and care issues and the adjustment to a new life style.

For more information, refer to these selected sites with information for divorcing military members/spouses.




General Military Divorce Information

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