Texas Military Divorce

Experienced Military Divorce Lawyer in Texas

If you are considering filing for divorce or are already a party to a marital breakup, and either you and/or your spouse are active-duty or retired military, you want a lawyer who knows how to handle the unique issues involved in military divorce proceedings. There may be restrictions on where you can file for divorce. You may find it difficult to provide notice to an active-duty spouse who is on permanent duty assignment in some other part of the country or world. You have questions or concerns about how a military pension will be divided.

At the Law Office of Len Conner, we focus our practice exclusively on family law matters, including military divorce proceedings. We take a team approach, working closely with financial planners, tax advisors, private investigators, psychologists and social workers, so that we can identify and implement customized solutions that meet your individual needs. We are skilled and experienced family law litigators, but will also help you use alternative means of dispute resolution, such as mediation.

We place a premium on personal service and attention, taking the time to listen carefully to your questions and concerns so that we can tailor our representation to get the results you seek. We will keep you fully informed of all developments in your case, as well as of your options, and will always provide you with a realistic assessment of your likelihood of success.

To set up a confidential meeting, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 972-445-1500 if you’re in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area.

Our Military Divorce Practice

We work with men and women at any stage of a military divorce, whether you have just filed, you are ready to go to trial, or your divorce is final and you want assistance with a request for modification or enforcement of a custody, visitation or support order. We handle all matters arising during the course of a military divorce, including:

  • Child custody and parenting plans
  • Child support
  • Alimony or spousal support
  • Division of marital debts and assets

Though state law governs many aspects of a divorce, a federal statute, the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act, governs the determination and distribution of military pension benefits.

We will prepare and file all required documentation during your divorce and will be your advocate in all hearings and meetings.

Contact The Law Office of Len Conner

To schedule a meeting to discuss your needs in a military divorce, contact our office online or call us at 972-445-1500 if you’re in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area. Let our team put its experience, knowledge and skill to work for you.

The Law Office of Len Conner Serves the Cities of:

Irving, Dallas, Cedar Hill, Mesquite, Garland,
Grand Prairie, Los Colinas, Richardson, Plano, Highland Park,
Arlington, Hurst, Euless, Bedford,  Southlake, Grapevine,
Colleyville, Lewisville, Denton, The Colony, Coppell,
Flower Mound, Corinth, Argyle, Fort Worth, Frisco,
Sachse, McKinney, Park Cities, Duncanville, Desoto,
& Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County, Collin County

We hope the information provided here is helpful. Please call our office with any questions you may have. Unless otherwise indicated, attorney listed in this site are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This web site is designed for general information only. The information at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.

FULLY LICENSED BY THE TEXAS SUPREME COURT

Admitted to the US Federal Courts, Northern District of TX

Member of the Texas Family Law Section of the Texas State Bar Association

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Len Conner & Associates

600 John Carpenter Freeway,
Ste 238
Irving, Texas 75062

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Phone: 972-445-1500

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