There are different legal options to help guide divorcing military couples through the divorce process. One option that can minimize time, expense and acrimony is military divorce which is why it is important to understand.
Going through a divorce is tough enough; however, serving a deployment before your divorce is final can be stressful beyond belief. While you undoubtedly want to take care of personal issues so you can put the past behind you and move on in life, you also realize the importance of focusing on the task at hand when carrying out your military duties.
This blog recently discussed some common questions that might come up surrounding security clearances. Security clearances are important for many individuals working for the government, including some military personnel which makes understanding them, and the resources available to help with them, important.
Security clearances may be an important part of your job so it is helpful to understand them and have any questions you might have about them answered. A security clearance may be required in many government jobs, including military service and in others.
If yours is one of many Virginia families with one or both spouses serving in the U.S. military, you can likely relate to many of the challenges your fellow service members face in trying to balance marriage, family life and military duties. Perhaps you or your spouse are currently deployed or have just recently come back home from an overseas assignment.
Some things about a military divorce may be the same as a non-military divorce and some things may be different. One aspect of a military divorce that may be different is child visitation and the complications out-of-state transfers and deployments can present.