- Child custody — How will parenting time be structured to deal with the possibility of overseas deployments or relocation to another base?
- Child support — A family law attorney helping with a military divorce needs to understand how to calculate income in consideration of such things as housing allowances, bonuses for certain missions and the severe income fluctuations that can occur from year to year.
- Spousal support — Are military benefits going to be part of the calculation of spousal support?
- Property division — Are military retirement benefits something the non-military spouse is entitled to? If so, can other property be negotiated in place of whatever portion of the retirement is in question?
At the Law Office of Angela C. Larkins, Attorney at Law, our Chattanooga military divorce lawyer can take all of those factors into consideration. Our office is willing to most work over the phone to avoid unnecessary office visits.
Divorce During Deployment – United States Service members Civil Relief Act
Our family law attorney is experienced at helping people pursue divorces even when they are not able to be physically present for the divorce due to overseas deployment or some other reason. Further, if you are served with a divorce while you are on deployment, or are otherwise unable to attend to your divorce because of being on active duty, we can prevent a default judgment from happening by temporarily halting the proceedings, as allowed by the United States Code.
For help dealing with family law issues in Tennessee, such as military divorce, whether you are in state or out of state, call our Chattanooga military divorce lawyer at 423-648-6622, toll free at 888-534-5336 or contact us online to set up your initial consultation. We accept all major credit cards for our client’s convenience.