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What rights do both parties have in a military divorce?

A military divorce is a little different than a civilian divorce. As such, it may require different rights and considerations. If you are filing for a military divorce in Ohio, it is important to understand your rights and the rights of your spouse. This will help the process to go more smoothly.

What is the Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act?

Military divorces in Ohio come with some special considerations. If you find yourself needing to file for divorce and you are in the military or your spouse is, then it is helpful to learn a bit more about the things that differ from a civilian divorce. 

What state should I have to file in for a military divorce?

For most couples in Ohio, it is easy to decide where to file for divorce. They go to the local courthouse and get it handled. However, if you are a military family, it may not be that easy due to moving around a lot and not having a permanent address or even established residency, which are often required to file. 

Military divorce involves special considerations

If you live in Ohio, are in the military or married to someone who is, and are heading for divorce, it is important that you recognize the various ways in which military divorces differ from traditional ones. While divorce is rarely easy for anyone, military divorces involve special considerations for you and your family, and recognizing what these considerations are may save you considerable time, stress and money moving forward. At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, we have a solid understanding of the special circumstances involved in military divorces, and we have helped many couples with military ties learn to navigate them.

Understanding the 20/20/20 military divorce rule

If you live in Ohio and are prepping for a divorce from a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, you may be wondering whether you will retain access to your ex’s military benefits and otherwise be able to support yourself once your divorce becomes final. At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, we have a firm understanding of the specifics surrounding military divorce, and we have helped many clients on both sides of the equation navigate the complexities associated with ending marriage.

What are some primary concerns in a military divorce?

When Ohio parents decide to get a divorce, they can be in for a long and sometimes complex process. But what if one or both spouses are military personnel? Things can get even trickier, making it important for you to know where to place your attention and what issues to prioritize.

What happens to survivor benefits after divorce?

If you are currently going through a divorce in Ohio, you may have a lot of questions about what to expect. If your spouse was involved in the military, you likely have even more to wonder about. There are many things that are unique to military divorces, one of them being the survivor benefits and how your divorce will affect them.

Important considerations for military spouses filing for divorce

The military is a demanding commitment, and with such a strain on your time and obligations, it is understandable that your marriage may suffer. According to sources such as Military.com, the divorce rate for spouses in the service has been on the decline for several years, but there are still many military couples who divorce every year. There are a few things to think about if you are in this situation.

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