Seek An Attorney Who Understands Military Divorce
Divorce involving members of the military and their families are more complex than non-military divorces, and they should be handled only by attorneys who are experienced in these complicated cases. At The Lampe Law Office, LLC, we have helped many clients through military divorce matters, and have guided them to effective solutions that gave them the strongest chance to move forward and thrive in their new lives.
Military Pension Division
The most complex aspect of any divorce is the division of retirement plans. In military divorces, this process is further complicated by the extensive rules and regulations that govern when a spouse can receive part of the benefits, the difficulty in accurately valuing the benefits, and navigating the extensive bureaucracy in place at the military. Our familiarity with these difficult issues and our proven approach to military divorce allows our clients — both members of the military and military spouses — to rest assured that they are being treated as fairly as possible during a divorce.
Deployment And Active Status Issues
Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (also referred to as the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Civil Relief Act), courts are allowed to delay divorce proceedings, custody hearings and other family court issues while a member of the military is deployed or on active duty. We will help you understand how this Act and any other applicable laws can affect the timing and process of your case.
Child Support And Alimony
In general, the pay structure for a member of the military is very difficult to understand. Despite the high degree of difficulty, we have become well-versed in the tools necessary to accurately analyze military pay and perks that should be included in a divorce so that our clients receive or pay an accurate amount of child support or spousal support.
Get A Consultation With Our Experienced Attorneys
Are you a member of the military or a military spouse who is considering a divorce? If so, call us at 513-889-0400 to get a consultation with our experienced military divorce lawyers. We proudly serve clients throughout the surrounding Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren County regions.