Understanding Military Divorce

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Understanding Military Divorce

August 12, 2016

Ending a marriage to an active duty, reserve, National Guard, or retired service member raises tough questions about spousal support, child custody, child support, and access to housing and tax benefits. Also since divorce, dissolution, annulment, and legal separation cases are handled in state courts, free legal advisers available to military spouses through the various branches can generally not represent a husband or wife in negotiations, mediation, arbitration’s, and hearings. In fact, one online clearinghouse for military family law information plainly states, “For military divorce or legal separation situations that require representation in civil court or involve contested issues such as child custody, spousal/child support or division of assets like retirement pay, it is recommended that you consult with a civilian attorney who is knowledgeable of the divorce laws of your particular state and has extensive experience with military-related family law.” 

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What is Uncontested Divorce?

June 10, 2016

Completing an uncontested divorce requires having the spouse named as the defendant affirm that he or she will not deny of the claims made by the plaintiff. Reaching that point usually takes a fair amount of negotiation and/or mediation, which is also true for other kinds of divorce and marriage dissolution proceedings. To understand why pursuing an uncontested divorce can make sense even if doing so is not necessarily “easier,” consider how other ways to end a marriage work: 

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