Florida National Guard & Reserves Divorces
Military Divorce Attorneys Serving Jacksonville, FL
As a reservist or member of the United States National Guard, you have
given your country an invaluable service, and we appreciate the efforts
you have put into maintaining both civilian employment and military duty.
If you are considering a divorce, it is important to work with an attorney
who understands the unique laws and circumstances surrounding
military divorce cases so that you can receive the most comprehensive, high-quality service.
If you are an active or retired member of the National Guard or military
reserve forces and are seeking a divorce or
family law assistance in Jacksonville, Florida, you can count on the compassionate
and caring team at Owenby Law, P.A. to handle all of your legal needs.
Members of the armed forces face unique concerns when it comes to family
law, which is why it’s important to work with attorneys who have
experience in this legal area.
Owenby Law, P.A. can help military members with a wide range of family
law issues, including:
With years of experience handling all kinds of military divorces, you can
trust in our knowledge and experience to guide you through the process
while protecting your rights and benefits.
Florida Law and Equitable Property Division
In Florida, property that is acquired during a marriage with marital funds
is considered joint property, and will be divided between you and your
spouse during a divorce. There is no exception when it comes to the two
largest assets in military marriages:
military pensions and other retirement benefits. It is urgent that you contact an experienced
military divorce lawyer from Owenby Law, P.A. to learn how your benefits
will be affected by a divorce. Depending on the length of active duty
and the length of the marriage, the civilian spouse may or may not be
able to continue receiving benefits after the dissolution of marriage.
Call Today for Your Free Consultation
In a career where serving your country takes precedence over your personal
life, it is no surprise that long deployments can take a toll on marriages.
Since the Service Members Civil Relief Act allows for a 90-day postponement
on any civil action, including divorce, it is important not to delay in
seeking legal counsel. Reach out to our Jacksonville divorce lawyers for
the help you need by calling (904) 770-3141 as soon as possible to begin
discussing solutions for your case.