Military Divorces

Military marriages are difficult. Couples must often spend significant time apart, often with one partner out of the state or out of the country. The added stress and tough circumstances surrounding military marriages can lead to divorce.

Military divorces involve many of the same issues ordinary citizens must address. These include the division of marital property, whether alimony or child support is necessary, and what custody or visitation arrangements are appropriate. Military divorces, however, also involve many additional complicated issues that require the help of an experienced attorney.

The Pensacola military divorce attorneys at Staples, Ellis + Associates, PA, have nearly 40 years of experience guiding individuals through the complex military divorce process. We give all of our clients the attention their case needs and emphasize protecting their rights throughout the entire proceeding.

Contact our Florida family law office online today or call 850-696-0314 to discuss your case with one of our helpful attorneys. Tom Staples and H. E. Ellis Jr. are both members of the Family Law Section of The Florida Bar association.

Military Divorce Representation in Pensacola, Florida

Divorce is a new process for many military families. You might have questions about how long the process will take or how your children might be affected. When you hire our firm, we will answer all of your questions and make sure that we explain how any decision you make might affect your final divorce agreement.

We offer a welcoming atmosphere where you can feel relaxed and comfortable sharing your story. Once we understand your situation, we will work with you to achieve your goals and obtain a divorce agreement that meets your needs.

Our lawyers understand the jurisdictional issues that impact most military divorce cases. Even if you or your spouse is currently overseas, we are still able to reach a final agreement in most cases.

Military Pensions and the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act

Military retirement accounts are considered marital property and are subject to division by the court. We will help you understand exactly how these funds might be distributed among you and your partner.

Additionally, servicemen and servicewomen might prefer to participate in the proceedings, rather than handle all documents electronically. If you are on active duty, the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act could allow you to postpone your divorce proceedings until you are able to come back home.

Contact a Florida Armed Forces Legal Separation Attorney

Contact our Pensacola law office online today or call 850-696-0314 to schedule your initial consultation with one of our experienced lawyers.