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Are You Or Your Spouse Filing For A

Military Divorce?

You are not alone. We can inform you of your rights and help you navigate your military divorce with confidence.

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Williamson County Military Divorce Attorney

Helping You Seek The Best Possible Solution: (254) 221-8702

Unfortunately, the stresses of a military marriage far outweigh those of a normal marriage. In many cases, the pressures and circumstances associated with a military marriage lead to divorce. If you are seeking a military divorce, we strongly advise you against navigating the complexities of your divorce alone. There are numerous military laws relating to family law that are not handled in the same manner as a standard family law case. This is especially true for service members who are seeking divorces. In order to handle your military divorce properly and efficiently, secure the supportive assistance of our Williamson County military divorce attorney. At Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard, we understand what you are going through and are well equipped to handle your case in an effective manner. To learn more, give us a call at (254) 221-8702!

Military Divorce Matters That Our Firm Can Handle

While there are many aspects of military divorce that are deemed standard, there are various considerable differences when it comes to the division of military benefits and child custody matters. We are deeply familiar with the federal laws and issues military families face when navigating divorce proceedings. We understand what you are up against and are fully equipped to help you achieve your goals.

  • Marital Share Of Retirement Benefits
  • Child Custody & Visitation
  • Child Support
  • Division Of Assets
  • Alimony
  • Division Of Debts

Have Questions Regarding Your Military Divorce?

Review Commonly Asked Questions

  • Questions

  • Does Service Prevent Divorce?

    Answer

    Under the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act, an active service member may ask the court to temporarily cease divorce, child support, child custody and other court proceedings.

  • Do We Need To Go To Court?

    Answer

    There are various alternatives to going to court such as mediation or a process called collaborative practice. Speak to an attorney to find out the best method for your military divorce.

  • Why Should I Hire A Military Divorce Lawyer?

    Answer

    The military divorce process can often present special legal and logistical issues. An attorney can help you navigate the various issues involved in your marital dissolution process.

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What Makes Us Different?

We Put Clients First

  • We Offer Free Initial Consultations

  • We Provide a "Hands on" Approach

  • Military Discounts for Our Service Members

  • Track Record of Client Success

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