Divorced and Didn’t Know It

Your Text “Shall” Be Used Against You

November 22, 2019

The prominence of texting and social media has altered evidence used in a divorce.  You need to be careful when it comes to your texts, emails, and social media posts.  What you text “can and will” be used against you in divorce court. In any contested divorce, both sides are looking to persuade the judge. …
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Child Custody in a Military Divorce

October 11, 2019

Following a divorce, sharing parenting responsibilities can be quite challenging for just about anyone. However, as far as military servicemembers are concerned, the issues can be even more complicated, based in part on both stateside assignments, which can put the servicemember anywhere in the country at a moment’s notice, as well as uncertainty regarding future…
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Military Divorce – Retirement & Benefits

August 18, 2019

When it comes to dividing up marital assets in a divorce, everyone should be aware that, while civil courts have the right to divide the asset, special rules apply to military benefits, especially pensions. That includes any retirement account, including pensions. If you contributed to the account during the marriage, it is considered community property…
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Jurisdiction of a Military Divorce

August 2, 2019

When a married couple wants to divorce and one or both spouses is a military service member, the first step in the divorce process is to establish which state and which courts have the jurisdiction, which is the authority to grant the divorce and handle other issues related to a divorce. That is because all…
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Military Divorce & Civil Relief Act

August 2, 2019

Divorces involving active military have the potential to add another layer of complexity to the divorce process.  Normally divorce is handled by Nevada law.  But, the Service Members’ Civil Relief Act (SCRA) is a Federal Law that protects military members. The law was passed by Congress as a way to cut down on distractions for…
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