Protecting Yourself in a Military Divorce

Protecting Yourself in a Military Divorce The divorce process can be a challenge for anyone, but when one or both of the parties are on active duty with a branch of the armed forces of the United States, there are a number of land mines just waiting for you. Here are some of the issues you need to address.Choosing the Best Place to File for Divorce In Texas, as in most states, there are … [Read more...]

Study Shows that Military Personnel Marry at Younger Age

According to a Department of Defense study, nearly half of active duty military personnel get married before they are 25 and two of three are married before the age of 30. That's dramatically different from the general population, where the average age for a woman's first marriage is 27 and a man's first marriage is 29. Nearly 60 % of all active duty soldiers are married. Researchers found that … [Read more...]

The Differences Between Military and Civilian Divorce

Military and Civilian Divorce—The Differences If you and/or your spouse are active duty service-members in the armed forces of the United States, there are specific issues you need to consider before and during a divorce proceeding:Where to file for divorce How custody and visitation will be affected, particularly if one party is at a permanent duty station across the country or around the … [Read more...]

Military Divorce: What Happens to Children, Pay and Pensions?

Dividing Children, Pay and Pensions in a Military Divorce In any type of divorce proceeding, the three principal concerns are:Custody and visitation Support Division of debt and property In a military divorce, it's essentially the same, but there are factors that make the process distinctly different from a civilian divorce. Custody and Visitation Custody and visitation can be a … [Read more...]

Texas Military Divorce Laws

Understanding Military Divorce in Texas If you are an active duty soldier in Texas or are married to someone in the armed forces, and you want to get a divorce, there are some special issues you must address. Protecting the Rights of Military Personnel A federal law, known as the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act, allows a Texas court, at its discretion, to postpone a divorce proceeding for … [Read more...]

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Uncontested Divorce in Texas

If your marriage is over, it's a good chance that your inability to agree on much of anything contributed to its demise. However, if you and your ex can agree on the terms of your breakup, you may be able to expedite the process of divorce and save yourself some money at the same time. Texas allows parties to

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If you've been living with someone or have had a child with another person out of wedlock, establishing paternity can be essential to protecting your rights, whether you're the father or mother of the child. As the mother, a paternity determination can make you eligible for child support. As the father, you

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