Learn Why Military Divorce is Different with Attorney Fagan’s eBook
Military divorce is different than civilian divorce, so both spouses will need specific information and legal services. If you are going through a military divorce, you will need to handle all the issues associated with a civilian divorce, along with additional considerations.
In his eBook, Attorney Bryan Fagan discusses some of these considerations, which include:
- Deciding where to file
- How reassignments and deployments affect child custody and visitation
- Medical and pension benefits provided by the military
- Calculating alimony and child support
- How Texas statutes aid military personnel and their spouses in filing for divorce
Getting divorced while in the military and divorcing a spouse in the military are both difficult tasks. No matter what side of the aisle you’re on, you need vigilant legal counsel. Before you contact an attorney, however, you should know the basics of a military divorce.
Our Military Divorce eBook can give you the information you need, so you can make the most of your free case review with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC. Throughout the eBook, you can find details about the types of child custody in Texas, how military families can provide for their children’s best interests, and the many benefits of mediation. We understand the rewards and hardships that come from a career in the United States armed forces, and we want to help you protect your family the way service members protect our country.
Please read our eBook to learn more about the unique issues that affect military families during divorce – you can download it by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
When you’re ready to take the next step and receive personalized legal advice from our experienced attorneys, please call us at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online.