Memorial Day, a true American holiday, honors the men and women who gave their lives while serving in the U.S. military. The holiday is observed by: visiting cemeteries of those who went before us; holding family gatherings enjoying those that are with us; watching and participating in parades that honor the freedom that has been earned with steadfast determination.
But military life is tough on families. And, sometimes, even more tough when transitioning out of the military with marriage the casualty. In a letter written by Kate Horrell posted in paycheck-chronicles.military.com, she talks about obtaining professional legal help when military service members and military spouses face separation or divorce.
The overwhelming response she gets back from the letters sent to her is that lawyers are expensive. But her reply back is ..."You know what is more expensive? A bad divorce in which you don't have your rights adequately represented, "says Kate Horrell. "There are so many aspects to a military divorce and it is essential that you understand each little issue. And you're dealing with a mix of state divorce laws, federal laws, and military regulations. This is not a job for an amateur!"
Military divorce is complex and requires the knowledge of an experienced attorney. If you are facing a military divorce, Stange Law Firm, PC can help. We focus exclusively on family law in the primary areas of divorce, military divorce, child custody, child support, paternity and other domestic relations issues.
Kirk C. Stange, managing partner of Stange Law Firm, has authored a chapter in a book through Thomson Reuters (Aspatore Publishing) in 2012 titled: Strategies for Military Family Law: Leading Lawyers on Navigating Family Law in the Armed Forces (Inside the Minds). Mr. Stange has handled many cases of military divorce and knows just what it takes to get you the best possible results in these matters.
To seyt up a confidential half-hour consultation to meet with an attorney, contact Stange Law Firm at 855-805-0595 or visit us online.
We, at Stange Law Firm, want to honor and thank those of you who are serving or have served in the military service of the USA.
Source: The Paycheck Chronicles, Kate Horrell