Military Divorce Lawyer Austin, TX
Military families face unique challenges during the divorce process; as a result, if you or your spouse is a servicemember and you’re thinking about filing for divorce, it’s important to connect with a military divorce lawyer Austin, TX military families trust. Unless you have been married for a very, very short period of time, don’t co-own any property or assets with your spouse, and you have no minor children, you will almost certainly face some unique legal hurdles as you work to finalize your divorce, legal separation, and/or child custody issues. Please know that you don’t have to manage these unique legal issues alone. Our firm’s Austin, TX military divorce lawyer team understands all of the applicable state and federal laws and we would be honored to handle the legal “heavy lifting” of your legal challenges on your behalf.
Navigating Unique Divorce-Related Challenges When One or Both Spouses Is a Servicemember
One of the first legal restrictions you’ll need to be aware of when divorcing is the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. This law protects against default judgments under certain circumstances and affects whether or not a legal proceeding can commence if a servicemember cannot attend due to duty-related obligations.
Second, it’s important to understand the ways in which your housing, medical care coverage, and other military-related benefits and assets will be affected as a result of your separation or divorce. We can clarify these issues for you once we learn some details about your family’s situation. If one of you is currently stationed overseas, this arrangement may affect the way that your process progresses as well. Similarly, you or your spouse may not be permitted, depending on your circumstances, to move any minor children you have out of state until one of you returns from assignment out-of-state or overseas.
In addition to all of the unique challenges that military families face during the divorce process, you’ll need to navigate the “ordinary” concerns of property division, constructing a parenting plan, ironing out the details of your child support agreement, etc. Handling all of these practical and legal realities at once can feel understandably overwhelming. We are here to help.
Legal Assistance Is Available
If you and/or your spouse is a servicemember and you’re looking to legally separate or divorce, please connect with the experienced Texas family law team at Gray & Becker, P.C. today. Our firm takes great pride in representing military families during times of great transition. We understand the unique legal challenges and practical circumstances that military families face when they navigate divorce, child custody challenges, and other “seemingly straightforward” situations. We will always treat you, your family, and your case with the utmost respect, focus, and attention to detail. Please connect with an Austin, TX military divorce lawyer at our firm today; we look forward to speaking with you.