Military Divorce Cases in Denver, CO
Are You Getting a Divorce While in the Military?
Divorce is never easy. Issues involving marital property, child custody, child support, and alimony are issues that have to be resolved to finalize a divorce decree. If you are a member of the military, a divorce is governed by not only Colorado law but federal laws as well that apply to you and your spouse.
If you are considering a divorce in the Denver area and you are a military service person, we advise you to consult with a military divorce lawyer at the Jones Law Firm, PC about your situation. Our firm focuses on divorce and family law matters and we are highly adept at providing the legal representation you need to navigate the military divorce process.
Helping Service Personnel with Divorce
Military divorce cases present challenges specific to the military which need to be resolved.
Among the issues which may arise in a military divorce may include:
The division of military benefits
VA disability and divorce
Issues regarding the Survivor Benefit Plan
Military regulations concerning child support
Spousal maintenance or alimony
Former spouse military benefits
Maximum garnishment limitations in child support
The service members Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
Call Jones Law Firm, PC for experienced support.
Every divorce case is unique with its own set of circumstances. This is also true in a divorce involving a military member. If you need legal assistance planning for and obtaining a divorce, it is important that you speak with a military divorce lawyer at our Denver office about the specific facts of your case so that we can provide the counsel and guidance you need to proceed. Property division, relocation issues impacting child custody and parenting plans, and other matters all require the experienced legal assistance of a military divorce attorney who knows the laws and regulations that will apply to your particular situation.
Contact Jones Law Firm, PC and speak with an attorney about your case today.
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