Military Divorce

Navigating Military Divorce: Your Legal Resource and Support

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Experienced Military Divorce Lawyers in Missouri & Illinois

Navigating a military divorce can be uniquely challenging, with the demands of military service often placing immense strain on relationships. Besserman Law is here to provide essential legal support to clients facing military divorces in St. Louis, whether you are the service member or the spouse. We represent clients in both Missouri and Illinois, offering our expertise in military divorce proceedings.

Why Choose Besserman Law for Your Military Divorce?

Our experienced military divorce lawyers are well-versed in the specialized processes and policies involved in military divorces. We understand the intricacies of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and the 10/10 rule, which pertains to property division in military divorces, survivor benefit plans, Family Care Plans, and the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act. Our commitment extends not only to service members but also to military employers, such as Scott Air Force Base in St. Clair County, Illinois, and Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri.

We're here to guide you through the complexities of military divorce and ensure that your rights and interests are protected every step of the way.

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Our offices in Missouri and Illinois are conveniently located. Divorce laws differ according to the jurisdiction. Having in-depth knowledge of the local statutes in their region, our attorneys are prepared to assist you in dealing with any family law issue.
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You need to schedule an initial consultation with an attorney to begin the legal process, divorce process, or custody process. You will have an opportunity to ask your most pressing questions during this one-hour meeting. An initial consultation fee will be quoted when you call to schedule one. All reputable lawyers have consultation fees. Be cognizant of no-fee consultations.
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What to Expect for Any Case.

A divorce or legal process begins with the initial consultation with your attorney. The hour will be devoted to answering specific questions and drafting goals for your case. You can expect your attorney to outline a strategy that has the best chance of success based on the information you provide.
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Ensure you bring all necessary documentation to your consultation, including current and legal documents you think our attorneys will need to see, such as W-2 forms and last year's tax records. If you're not sure what documentation to bring, ask. You will have a more productive initial consult if you have the proper documentation on hand.
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Frequently Ask Questions (FAQ) of Divorce

Do we Need To Wait Before we File for a No-Fault Divorce?

Not always. In the case, you as well as your spouse, have lived apart for a continuous period of at least six months before admission of the divorce judgment, the two-year separation requirement could be waived, but only if you both consent in writing to do this. In case the two of you cannot consent, then you will have to satisfy the 2-year condition.

Do you know the Important Legal Problems in a Divorce?

The important problems that commonly come up in divorce cases are property division, child custody and visitation, child support, and alimony. Partners can enter into an agreement, property settlement agreement or divorce agreement, to resolve all or a number of the problems presented by their divorce case. This agreement, and, in particular, any arrangements regarding child custody and child support, will need court acceptance. They will have to fight it out in court where a judge will determine for them under the principles of Illinois law if spouses can not agree on any of the problems.

What’s a Legal Separation?

If you are living separate and apart from your spouse, you can petition a court to allow you a legal separation and fair support or alimony. Either spouse will not be prevented by a ruling for legal separation from filing for divorce after. 

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