Divorce isn’t easy, no matter what you do for work. In certain lines of work, however, other demands and complex benefits get in the way of what would otherwise be quite amicable procedures.
From where you file for divorce to the issue of benefits, we’ve covered four things you should know about a military divorce.
Military retirement benefits are often the most valuable asset in a military marriage, so it’s important for servicemembers and their spouses to understand the implications of these benefits during a divorce.
The divorce rate in the military is at an all time high since 1999. Discover the reasons behind this as well as plans on how to stay strong during this difficult time.
A study by Benjamin Karney (UCLA) and John Crown (RAND Corp) examines the issue of divorce among couples where one spouse is in the military. Find the results, as well as who from within the military is most likely to divorce.
Learn what significant differences make a military divorce different from a civilian divorce, and why an experienced attorney might be needed.