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Blog Posts in 2013

Study Shows Long, Frequent Deployments Hurt Military Marriages

A study recently published in USA Today proves that long, frequent deployments can hurt military marriages. In fact, military members that were sent to Iraq or Afghanistan for extended amounts of time ...
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Service of Process in Military Divorces

When you file for divorce are the spouse of a military member or are a military member yourself, your case will be processed differently than a civilian divorce would be. This is because military ...
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Spousal Maintenance and Child Support in Military Divorces

If you are a military service member and you are currently going through a divorce, then you will not have to go through the same processes as civilians when it comes to spousal maintenance and child ...
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Alimony Payments and Your Military Divorce

Over the past decade, studies have shown that military divorces have been on a steady decline, though over the past few years these numbers are somewhat leveling off. Whether or not the number is no ...
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Military Divorce Rates Dip in 2012

In early 2013, Military.com reported that the rate of military divorces dipped slightly in 2012 from the numbers posted the previous year. In January, Pentagon statistics were released which ...
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Custody and Parenting Plans

Raising a family is difficult as it is, and when one spouse is away serving in the military it can reach a whole new level of complicating. While some spouses are able to roll with the punches of the ...
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How the Service Member Civil Relief Act Affects Military Divorce

In 2003, President George Bush created an act that entitles active duty members to a delay of divorce while protecting the United States during a time of war. Essentially, this act allows soldiers who ...
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