A divorce is a stressful and life-altering moment. This is especially so for families with one or both spouses serving in the military.
Military divorces come with a unique set of obstacles to overcome. Child custody and visitation are often the main issues as one of the parents may be deployed for long periods.
However, if both parties work together, they can address each issue amicably and transition to a divorced life smoothly without engaging in a court battle. In fact, over 90% of custody decisions do not require the decision of a family court.
Here are five steps you can take to ensure the divorce does not become messy.
Consult a Military Divorce Lawyer
Going through a divorce is not easy even for the person filing for it. On top of all this uncertainty and stress also comes legal procedures that can make the process more complicated.
As such, it is important to hire a military divorce lawyer. Having a military divorce attorn Continue reading
When it comes to divorce rates, Louisiana is the fourth highest state for divorce in the U.S., with 20.8 divorces out of 1000 marriages in 2016. Children were more than likely involved with those divorces leaving parents to fight for custody. There is no simple divorce or child custody battle. You need guidance in the form of legal representation to protect your rights as a parent.
Disputes for child custody require custody agreements. You want to make sure that those arrangements are fair for everyone involved. A lot of times a custody hearing is required. This falls under family law. Legal representation makes sure that you and your family reach a better place in terms of custody battles.
Do You Feel Stuck in an Impossible Child Custody Disagreement?
When you feel stuck in an impossible custody disagreement you need a child custody lawyer to help navigate the legal system. It stands to reason that neither side wants to compromise, so you need help Continue reading