Guidance for Complicated Military Divorces
Any divorce can be a difficult and complex legal process. When one or both spouses are members of the military, divorce can have additional complications. An experienced Massachusetts military divorce attorney can help military families ensure that their unique property division, custody and other divorce issues are skillfully and competently handled.
Law Group, P.C. provides knowledgeable assistance for men and women who have been served with a military divorce complaint or are seeking a military divorce. Our attorneys have more than more than 100 years of combined experience, and we can guide you through the unique aspects of military divorces.
Representation for Military Members and Spouses With Ties to Massachusetts
If you or your spouse is stationed on any of the following bases in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, we can assist you during divorce:
- Devens Reserve Training Area
- Hanscom Air Force Base (AFB)
- Soldier Systems Center
Our lawyers also represent clients stationed on bases throughout the U.S. and members of the military deployed overseas. If you have ties to Massachusetts, such as a child who resides in the state, it is important to seek legal counsel from an attorney who is familiar with Massachusetts laws, courts and judges.
Experience With Many Areas of Military Divorce
When one or both parties in a divorce are in the military, Massachusetts laws apply to many aspects of the proceedings. The couple must still come to an agreement or let a judge decide on an equitable division of their property, custody of children, spousal support and child support. Military matters can make each of these aspects more complex, especially when one spouse is stationed in another state or overseas or deployed.
At Law Group, P.C., we have experience in many areas of military divorce, including:
- Military divorce and child support
- Deployed parents with children in Massachusetts
- Military divorce and visitation
- Virtual visitation
In addition to our attorney's experience and knowledge on Massachusetts child support and visitation matters, we understand how federal laws affect divorce. The Uniformed Services Former Spouse's Protection Act (USFSPA), for example, allows states to award a percentage of a military member's retired pay in a divorce.
Boston Divorce Attorney for Military Members
Divorcing in these complex situations requires a lawyer who is committed to providing service members or their spouses with the compassionate guidance they need to successfully complete their divorce and begin a new life. We serve spouses and service members in Massachusetts as well as members of the military deployed to war zones.
For a free, no-obligation consultation, call 800-851-7724 or e-mail us to speak with a Massachusetts military divorce attorney about your case.