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Military families make enormous sacrifices for our country. Sadly, one of those sacrifices involves their personal lives.
Military marriages have unfortunately become one of the many casualties of war. The number of divorces in the U.S. Army nearly doubled from 2001 to 2004, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.
Military life undoubtedly strains marriages and family relationships, particularly during wartime. With multiple deployments, it's not unusual for spouses and families to be separated for extended periods of time. The transition back to home life can be fraught with difficulties.
Just as military life exerts unique pressure on family relationships, the issues involved in a Florida military divorce differ from a typical civilian divorce.
Experienced Family Law Attorney
Our law firm has the experience required to represent members of the military in divorce and family law issues. We would appreciate the opportunity to represent you during this difficult time. For a free initial consultation, please contact the Florida military divorce law firm of Stephen T. Holman, P.A., today.
Divorce While Deployed
Our firm may be able to resolve all of your divorce issues while a service member is deployed overseas. Please speak with Mr. Holman today to learn if you can finalize a divorce via the Internet.
Our Florida divorce lawyers are experienced and familiar with the issues facing military couples, such as dividing military pensions and benefits. We are also experienced at handling the practical issues common to military divorce, such as making fair custody and visitation arrangements when one or both parents may be shipped off to a war zone or a military base on the other side of the country, or worse, on the other side of the world.
As with all of our divorce work, we will diligently work to resolve your disputes efficiently and cost-effectively so you can move on with your life. We will treat you with dignity and respect and offer you our gratitude for the sacrifices you and your family have made for our country.