Military Divorce Attorneys

In addition to military divorce, the attorneys at Zide Law Group provide family law services for divorce, custody, child support, alimony and more!

Military Divorce Attorneys In Glen Burnie, MD

Zide Law Group has divorce attorneys who are experienced in the unique needs and challenges involved in military divorce.

Things can get complicated when one or both spouses in a divorce are active military personnel. Being in the military can have an effect on matters like child custody, child support, and the distribution of assets, notably military pensions. Proper jurisdiction is what is frequently in question. Divorce can be challenging when one spouse resides in one state while the other may be elsewhere.

It is crucial to have skilled military divorce and family law attorneys like the lawyers Zide Law Group on your side because of this. Additionally, for clients in the Fort Meade area, our military attorneys offer devoted and thorough military divorce representations. We can assist you with all of your concerns relating to a military divorce and has an office in Glen Burnie, Maryland.

Military Divorce Attorneys near Fort Meade, MD

All concerns must be settled between the parties, just like in any other type of divorce, before the judge issues a final divorce decision. Our lawyers have the knowledge and experience to vigorously represent you whether parties reach this agreement amicably via negotiations and mediation or through more contentious measures such as litigation. Zide Siegel Tabor & Spigel offer complete military divorce advice to service members, including everything from child support and custody agreements to spousal support and property division.

The question of jurisdiction is one of the most crucial problems that a military divorce attorney must answer. A judge's ruling may be ruled invalid if sufficient jurisdiction cannot be proved.

Other bodies of law that are relevant to a military divorce include:

  • Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA): This provides relief in specific situations where an active-duty service member is allowed to place a stay on the divorce proceedings until he or she is no longer in active duty.
  • Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act (USFSPA): This law is relevant to military pension issues for military spouses. It can be very complicated when determining how marital assets and liabilities are divided.

As you can see, it is imperative to have an experienced lawyer who is well-versed in divorce among military personnel and has a wealth of family law experience. 

Contact our military divorce attorneys today!

For more information about our military divorce attorneys at Zide Law Group and how she can help you with your military divorce in the Fort Meade area, call (410) 760-9433 or contact us below. We can talk with you about the specifics of your military divorce case.