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Determining where to file for military divorce

If you are an active-duty member of the armed forces or are married to a service member, you are probably well acquainted with moving often. In fact, your family may have changed cities and military posts multiple times during the course of you or your spouse’s career so far. In the event that you are currently considering divorce, you may have questions about where you should file your divorce suit. That is why the attorneys at the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., work with our clients to identify the most appropriate state for pursuing a fair and equitable divorce.

Determining where to file for military divorce

If you are an active-duty member of the armed forces or are married to a service member, you are probably well acquainted with moving often. In fact, your family may have changed cities and military posts multiple times during the course of you or your spouse’s career so far. In the event that you are currently considering divorce, you may have questions about where you should file your divorce suit. That is why the attorneys at the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., work with our clients to identify the most appropriate state for pursuing a fair and equitable divorce.

What are military child support guidelines?

If you or your child’s other parent are a member of the armed forces, you may have questions or concerns over how child support arrangements are determined and enforced for service members. In addition to being bound by state and federal child support guidelines, military members are obligated to comply with mandates outlined by their appropriate branch of service.

What are military child support guidelines?

If you or your child’s other parent are a member of the armed forces, you may have questions or concerns over how child support arrangements are determined and enforced for service members. In addition to being bound by state and federal child support guidelines, military members are obligated to comply with mandates outlined by their appropriate branch of service.

Stress of military life can lead to divorce in Texas

Military life can be stressful on couples and families. Long deployments, constant moves to new locations, and living far away from relatives and friends can take its toll. During a long absence, the spouse who stays at home can feel unsupported and become depressed. Sometimes these issues resolve when the military member returns home, but other times the bond between the spouses is lost or irreparably damaged. Of course, the situation can become more complicated when there are children involved. If a member of the military returns home to San Antonio and cannot make a marriage work, the parties may benefit from a military divorce.

Stress of military life can lead to divorce in Texas

Military life can be stressful on couples and families. Long deployments, constant moves to new locations, and living far away from relatives and friends can take its toll. During a long absence, the spouse who stays at home can feel unsupported and become depressed. Sometimes these issues resolve when the military member returns home, but other times the bond between the spouses is lost or irreparably damaged. Of course, the situation can become more complicated when there are children involved. If a member of the military returns home to San Antonio and cannot make a marriage work, the parties may benefit from a military divorce.