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Military Divorce


Specialized Attorneys in Military Divorces in Georgia 

In some ways, a military divorce in Georgia is very similar to civilian divorce, but there are different factors involved for those who have minor children. Deployment schedules can complicate the process and effect how child support is calculated.

Military divorces come with their own financial issues. For example, deciding how a military retirement or Thrift Savings Plan will be divided can be difficult, as well as whether or not certain benefits will continue beyond divorce require an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney that specializes in military divorce.

Here are some factors to take into consideration when considering divorce in the military:

  • Residency
  • Compliance with military regulations
  • Division of military pension and benefits
  • Spousal support
  • Minor children involved
  • Child support

Although the difference between civilian and military divorces is slight, it is still important to have an attorney by your side that will be able to help you achieve the outcome you want.

If you are in the military and are considering a divorce, contact Brown, Dutton & Crider Law Firm. Call today or email us to schedule a consultation.

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