Oklahoma Attorney: Military Divorce
Military divorce is a complex area of law. One spouse might be a service member stationed in Iraq or Afghanistan, while the other lives on a military base far from the state where he or she can legally file for divorce. The timing of the divorce might have a significant effect on the distribution of a military retirement pension. The couple might not even know in what state they can get a divorce, or if it can be done while they are serving overseas.
As a family law attorney, I have assisted clients throughout the Oklahoma City area with military divorce. If you or your spouse is a member of the U.S. Army, Navy, National Guard, Air Force or Marine Corps, please feel free to contact my Edmond office for a free consultation. I can help you determine in what state you need to file for divorce, and what steps to take to protect your financial interests and your children during the process.
I handle a variety of family law issues, including:
- Child custody
- Child Support
- Alimony/spousal support
- Division of property
- Fathers' rights
- Domestic violence
Call a military divorce lawyer
Determining where to file a military divorce, investigating how it will affect a military pension and selecting a lawyer to represent your interests are critical steps in protecting your interests. If you would like to meet with me and discuss my services, please call 405.285.2882 or e-mail my firm to arrange a free initial consultation. At that time, we can discuss fee arrangements, including payment by credit card. Our location serves clients on Altus Air Force Base, Tinker Air Force Base, Vance Air Force Base and Fort Sill, Oklahoma.