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Vital Facts to Know About Military Divorce and Child Custody

In the state of Oklahoma, challenges arise in military divorce and child custody, because legislation that governs these issues is a blend of military regulations, federal law, and Oklahoma state laws. There are various federal laws and Oklahoma state legislation that apply in any proceeding in civil court, such as divorce, involving at least one individual who is a member of the U.S Armed Forces. Military divorces and child custody cases have their own unique circumstances, and it is always beneficial for those involved to have a skilled military divorce attorney to walk them through the process. Military divorces often

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Benefits and Custody After a Military Divorce

Pain from losing someone you love is not easy to deal with, especially for those in the service. Maintaining a marriage is difficult enough while on active duty, making a divorce all that more challenging. Fortunately, there are many options available to active service members and their spouses. If you need help with a family law situation that involves someone in the military, you need counsel from an attorney who understands the complexities of military family law. Rights as an Active Service Member The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act protects active-duty service members. Usually, when one spouse files for divorce, the

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Determining child custody during the holiday season13

On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in Child Custody on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Parents involved in a divorce worry about how it will affect their children, especially when it comes to child custody. Some of the specific concerns divorcing parents in Saint Louis County experience include: Will my divorce damage my children mentally and emotionally?How can I know what custody arrangements are best for my kids?Will my past mistakes affect my child custody rights?What if my spouse tries to take our children away from me?We know that you might not trust the court enough to make important

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Strategies For Military Family Law

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Child custody disputes are some of the most vehemently contested cases to unfold in the family court system. When married parents divorce or unmarried parents

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