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Everything to know about a military divorce

Military divorces can present unique circumstances it is important to be sensitive to. There are different options to handle divorce including divorce court but also mediation and arbitration options that divorcing military couples should be familiar with that can provide a more efficient, less costly and less acrimonious option.

Laws regarding jurisdiction in Virginia child custody situations

Throughout your military career, you've no doubt encountered various challenging situations, especially in relation to your active-duty services and your family life. You may have already a military family care plan in place that helps you keep stress levels as low as possible when trying to fulfill your obligations in the U.S. military and provide for your children's best interests at the same time.  

Understanding the different types of military discharge

There are two broad categories of military discharges including an honorable discharge and a dishonorable discharge. There are a variety of circumstances, both good and bad, that my lead to a servicemember's separation from the military so it is helpful for them to understand what those circumstances are.

What is military law?

If you or a loved one is engaged in military service, you may have wondered what military law refers to so it can be helpful to take a look. In its most basic sense, military law refers to the legal structure that governs military personnel.

Divorce in the military: Things you should know

Whether or not married couples with one or both spouses serving in the U.S. military get divorced more than their civilian counterparts is not as relevant as whether there are sufficient resources available to help you if you are one of many spouses in the military or married to a member of the armed forces who is considering filing for divorce.

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