Military: What is my Spouse entitled to once we get a Divorce?

Sometimes, couples (both military and civilian) that are going through a rough patch in their marriage choose to separate before pursuing a divorce. Military divorce, only a few differences such as;the process might take a little longer due to the fact that if one or the other are in separate deployed areas or one is … Continue reading “Military: What is my Spouse entitled to once we get a Divorce?”

Military Divorce

Divorce in Military families- What are the differences ? The spouses need to file the divorce in the state where they have the residence, the person who wants to start the divorce files in the state he/she lives. The federal Law that divides the military pensions is the “Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act” (USFSPA), … Continue reading “Military Divorce”

Divorce Process Part 2

In Texas, where for many years the lack of a provision for permanent alimony has made temporary alimony has made temporary alimony especially crucial, Tex fam code {ann 3.58}, Dissolution of Marriage, concerning temporary orders, declares in one sentence that after a petition, the court “may take temporary orders respecting the property and parties as … Continue reading “Divorce Process Part 2”

  • Se Habla Español
https://www.quinonezlawfirm.com/thank-you/