Military Divorce

Being in the military creates an intricate situation when it comes to divorce, due to military obligations, living out of state, and the inclusion of military benefits. It is important to have a family law attorney who is experienced in dealing with military divorce, and Beth M. Terry, P.A., has been providing family law services to military personnel in Northeast Florida and the Jacksonville area for more than 25 years. She has frequently worked with service members and their spouses stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Air Stations (NAS Jax), Mayport Naval Station, Camp Blanding, and other military bases.

Through working with these service members and their families, she has been able to help them navigate the legal situations unique to military families and assist them in the complications of deployment, child custody, time-sharing or visitation, division of military benefits.

Some issues of family law that are particularly difficult for military service members include:

  • The decision of which state to file for divorce in living in another state semi-permanently
  • Child custody arrangement for parents living out of state or who are deployed
  • Alimony and Child support payments based on military base pay, special pays, and basic allowances
  • Military healthcare and other military benefits following a divorce
  • Division of military pensions

When it comes to retaining the benefits to which you are entitled, choose an attorney with a proven track record in getting the best results for her military clients. Contact the office Jacksonville divorce attorney Beth M. Terry, P.A., today to schedule a consultation.

Reach Out to Us

O: (904) 399-5354

F: (904) 399-5341

Book a Consultation

DISCLAIMER:  The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.