Military Divorce

Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma Military Divorce Attorneys

Military life can be extremely demanding and can often put a tremendous strain on a couple's relationship. This can be especially true in situations where the service member's unit is deployed and the family is forced to be apart for months or even years at a time. Sadly, there are times when the pressure is more than the relationship can bear.

At Stange Law Firm, PC, our St. Louis military divorce lawyers represent clients on all sides of these cases. Whether you are the service member or the spouse, the one seeking the divorce or the one who has been served, we have the experience and the understanding to help you through this difficult time. Our experienced attorneys represent individuals throughout Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Oklahoma.

The Right Firm for Your Military Divorce

Our attorneys have extensive experience in military divorce cases, and we understand the unique process and policies that need to be addressed in these matters. We have a complete understanding of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and the 10/10 rule as it applies to property division in military divorces as well as survivor benefit plans, Family Care Plans and the Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act. Stange Law Firm takes cases from those in the military, including Scott Air Force Base in St. Clair County, Illinois, and Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri.

Kirk Stange authored a chapter in a book on military divorce through Aspatore Publishing called Strategies for Military Family Law: Leading Lawyers on Navigating Family Law in the Armed Forces . View portions of the chapter by clicking the link above.

Even if one spouse is deployed overseas when the divorce is filed, we have the technological capability to keep him or her informed at his or her convenience. Through our online case tracker, you are able to follow the progress of your case from anywhere in the world where you have Internet access.

Contact Military Divorce Attorneys Serving St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, Wichita, Tulsa and Beyond

Divorce is hard and with a spouse in the military, it can be even harder. We have articles that may help you during your military divorce: My spouse is in the military. How does that affect my divorce?, Residence and jurisdiction in military divorce, and Why you should seek legal advice for your military divorce.

If you're looking to hire a military divorce attorney, contact us online or by phone to schedule a confidential consultation at any of our convenient locations.