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  • What can I do to prepare for a military divorce?
    What can I do to prepare for a military divorce?

    A divorce under any circumstances is difficult to prepare for. Financial, relation, familial and other factors all way into the way that we think and prepare for a divorce. There are not many subjects ...

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  • Military disability pay in a Texas divorce case
    Military disability pay in a Texas divorce case

    One of the great parts of being a Texan is that we can have so many veterans in our communities. These brave men and women have sacrificed for the good of our nation, and the rest of us are forever ...

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  • Specific advice for military pension division
    Specific advice for military pension division

    The entire premise of yesterday’s blog post from the attorneys with the Law Office of Bryan Fagan was that we wanted to provide you with advice and perspective regarding military divorces that was ...

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  • Handling military retirement intelligently during your Texas divorce
    Handling military retirement intelligently during your Texas divorce

    Your marriage of ten, twenty or thirty years may have flown by but now you are considering a divorce . Not only is this going to affect you and your spouse presently but your future well being may be ...

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  • Dividing up present and future military retirement benefits in a Texas divorce
    Dividing up present and future military retirement benefits in a Texas divorce

    It is not only retirement benefits that you are currently eligible for that can be awarded to your spouse in a Texas divorce . Future retirement benefits- ones that you are not even eligible for right ...

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  • Division of military retirement pay in Texas divorces
    Division of military retirement pay in Texas divorces

    The Federal laws that cover the division of military retirement pay in Texas divorces is known as the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA). It allows Texas family law courts to ...

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