Complications with military & government employee divorces
Written by our divorce lawyers in Virginia Beach
When you are working through divorce, there are numerous elements that must be considered. If you have children, it is important to try to work together to determine whether you and your spouse can participate in a healthy co-parenting plan. In addition to this, you and your future ex-spouse must also decide how assets will be divided and agree on support arrangements. If these issues cannot be agreed upon, you should hire a lawyer to make sure that your interests are aggressively represented. Furthermore, if you are in the military or are a government employee, there are additional considerations that come into play.
For more than three decades our divorce lawyers in Virginia Beach have represented military and government employees in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and all of Hampton Roads, and helped them resolve complex divorce matters.
Our divorce lawyers understand how pension plans and military retirement benefits are divided, and we can help ensure your best interests are protected as best as possible.
Post-Divorce Modifications & Custody Decrees
Military members and government employees relocate a lot, and that means your divorce agreement may need to be modified. Our divorce lawyers are experienced in these matters and help clients modify child custody and visitation arrangements.
Understanding Your Needs
Our divorce lawyers understand that every client we represent has unique concerns, and we take the time to create solutions that are tailored to your needs and concerns. In every divorce case we handle, our goal is to advise our clients about their legal options, the ramifications of each option, and help them proceed accordingly.
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