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Handling All Complex Aspects Of Military Divorce

While most military divorces involve a majority of the same issues as a civilian divorce, there are certain issues in a military divorce that require the attention of a skilled Georgia lawyer. Service members and their spouses both have rights that need to be considered in these cases, and having the right legal representation can help to ensure that your interests are protected.

At the office of Jennifer E. Williams, LLC, our Valdosta military divorce attorney has a complete understanding of the unique issues that need to be addressed in these cases. We will help you navigate the often complex processes that can arise in a military divorce and work to secure a result that fully protects your interests.

Representing Clients At Moody Air Force Base And Other Georgia Installations

When you hire our firm, we work closely with you to develop a solution that puts you in the best possible situation following the divorce. We listen carefully to your concerns and goals, and seek a resolution designed specifically to accommodate them. Whether you are the service member or the service member’s spouse, we are prepared to provide the skillful representation you need.

We represent clients in all aspects of military divorce, including the following:

  • Child support
  • Child custody, including issues involving permanent change of station
  • Division of military benefits, including 10/10 rule and 20/20/20 rule matters
  • All issues involving the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) and the Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act (USFSPA)

Contact Jennifer E. Williams, LLC | Lowndes County Parent Relocation Attorney

Contact our office to discuss your legal issue with attorney Jennifer Williams. We offer a free initial consultation to all new clients. You can reach us by phone at 229-232-8570 or via email to schedule an appointment.

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