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Why You Need an Attorney in a Military Divorce
Why You Need an Attorney in a Military Divorce

The divorce process for members of the military involves many factors that are not involved in other divorce cases. It is important to retain a divorce lawyer that is experienced in handling military divorces. While it is never wise to represent yourself in a divorce case, this is especially true if one of the spouses is in the military.

In a military divorce, you must consider how to meet the residency requirements for filing your case in Florida. Your attorney must also know how to handle a military pension in the divorce. Factors such as these can make your case complex, but one of our military divorce lawyers can walk you through the process step by step.

You should also consider the legal experience and training an attorney brings to your case. Our lawyers have handled numerous military divorces, so we can help you prepare for anything that might occur in your case. Failure to have legal counsel could cost you greatly. Don’t put your future in jeopardy by thinking you will save a few bucks by not retaining a lawyer.

You should also consider the amount of time and energy it takes to handle a divorce case. There is a significant amount of paperwork involved and deadlines that must be met. Negotiations regarding child support, alimony and the division of assets can be lengthy. Trying to handle all of this hard work alone can be overwhelming. Having somebody on your side can help you get through this difficult time.

Finally, you should understand that hiring a divorce lawyer does not have to be expensive. It is true that there are some law firms that charge costly fees, there are also many of us that are reasonable. The amount that we can save you in your divorce is well-worth the amount you pay us to handle your case.

Contact the Men’s Divorce Law Firm to schedule a consultation with a caring professional, and aggressive advocate for men’s rights in divorce, child timesharing (custody), and paternity matters.