Representing Service Members (Air Force, Army, Navy and Marines) and Their Spouses in Family Law Matters
Military life can be very unpredictable and can make it difficult to maintain a normal relationship. Especially when a servicemember's unit is activated for an overseas assignment, the time apart, stress and anxiety can be more than the relationship can bear. For married couples, the strain of military life is often the catalyst for divorce.
The rules and regulations surrounding a military divorce can be quite complex. Be sure that you seek the advice of an experienced Little Rock military divorce attorney. At The Wright Law Firm, I represent servicemembers stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base and Camp Robinson, as well as those who have been deployed overseas. I also have extensive experience representing the spouses of servicemembers in these matters.
Arkansas Child Support Attorney for Military Divorce
Military divorce involves all of the same issues as a civilian divorce does, including child support, spousal support, child custody and property division. In a military divorce, however, there are unique elements that come into play that require the skill of a qualified lawyer.
I have a complete understanding of the federal laws that impact a military divorce, including the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, or SCRA (formerly known as the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act, or SSCRA) and the Uniform Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA). I understand the laws surrounding the division of military pensions and the types of pay that are eligible to be considered for child support calculations, including BAS and BAH pay.
Seeking the Best Result for My Clients
No matter which side of the case you are on, you can rely on me to pursue every possible option in an effort to secure the best outcome available.
To learn more about your rights and legal options in a military divorce, contact my office today.