Military Divorce

Houston Military Divorce

The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC Can Assist You

Are you a military servicemember facing a divorce? Or the spouse of a servicemember ready to dissolve your marriage? Military divorce can be considerably different than civilian divorce and it is always recommended that both spouses seek counsel familiar with the unique protocols and concerns inherent to this legal process.

At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, our experienced team of Houston attorneys is well-versed in the challenges of military divorce. For both the servicemember and their spouse, it is critical that their interests are spoken for and that the future well-being of them and their family is protected both in and outside the courtroom.

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Why Military Divorce Is Different

All of the factors that need to be parsed in a civilian divorce also need to be addressed in a military divorce. However, because one or both spouses serve in the military, there are added considerations to this process that must be confronted in order to fairly dissolve the marriage.

These considerations include:

No matter what side of the aisle you’re on when it comes to a military divorce, capable, vigilant counsel is always highly advised. For more information on your military divorce and how our firm can assist you, contact us today.

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