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Mistakes made during military divorces are common and costly: part II

In our last blog post we began discussing why individuals who are facing a military divorce would be wise to retain an attorney who is well-versed in the laws and rules that are specific to and govern military divorces. Specifically, we discussed matters that pertain to divorce filing requirements and military pensions. In this post, we'll continue to discuss issues that are unique to military divorces.

Mistakes made during military divorces are common and costly

Being in the military is about much more than just collecting a paycheck. The amount of time and commitment required by service members can put a tremendous strain on personal relationships and marriages. This is often especially true in cases where one's military service requires frequent moves and long-term deployments.

Have you been falsely accused of domestic violence by a soon-to-be ex-spouse?

Domestic violence is a broad umbrella term that encompasses acts of physical violence as well as situations in which no physical contact occurs but an individual claims to feel threatened or scared. Acts of domestic violence are serious and, when reported, should be thoroughly investigated. Unfortunately, there are cases in which spouses or significant others who are going through a divorce or break-up may bring false accusations of domestic violence against a spouse or partner.

Committed to standing with and helping clients through the divorce process

Clarksville area residents have likely heard statistics about how approximately 50 percent of marriages in the U.S. will eventually end in divorce. While divorce is common and most people likely know several divorcees, when it becomes personal, it's normal to feel very isolated and alone. In fact, individuals facing divorce are likely to experience a range of feelings and emotions including sadness, fear, confusion and anxiety.

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