Divorce is a complex process, and it’s important for anyone considering divorce to retain a knowledgeable attorney. If one or both of the spouses are active duty military personnel, however, things can become even more complicated. An experienced Alpharetta military divorce lawyer can help you understand your options, and can work to protect your interests throughout the process.
You’ll find the compassionate, dedicated counsel you need at Oles Law Group. For more than two decades, our experienced attorney has helped the residents of Alpharetta and the surrounding communities resolve their legal issues. When you retain our firm, you can expect an attorney who is caring, well-informed, and completely dedicated to the interests of you and your family.
What Makes a Military Divorce Different?
In Georgia, military divorces follow many of the same procedures as a standard divorce. There are special rules and exceptions, however, to accommodate the fact that military personnel are often stationed out of state or overseas. To file for a divorce in Georgia, you or your spouse must live or be stationed in the state. As with any other divorce, the process tends to be much quicker and easier when the two parties can compromise and work together.
Some unique aspects of military divorces include:
- Child & spousal support may not exceed 60% of the military member’s income
- Military retirement benefits may be divided if married 10 years or more
- Active duty service members may not be held in default for not responding
- Proceedings may be delayed while the military member is on duty
In many ways, divorce can be viewed as a fresh start. It is absolutely crucial to set yourself up for success as you embark upon this new chapter of your life. When you retain Oles Law Group, our highly experienced Alpharetta divorce lawyer will take the time to learn about your unique situation, and your unique goals. We will then work tirelessly to protect your interests, and to help you achieve these goals. You can trust that our firm is fully committed to you and your family.