How to Handle a Military Divorce

Military divorce cases require specialized knowledge and skills to navigate. Determining asset division and agreements, can be more complicated for military families than it is in a typical New Jersey divorce. At the Law Offices of Richard C. Klein, our Cherry Hill divorce attorneys offer knowledgeable and experienced legal representation to help military families transition as smoothly as possible during a divorce.

Hire a Knowledgeable Lawyer

Not every Cherry Hill divorce lawyer is familiar with the unique challenges that may arise in a military divorce. It is important to do your research and find a divorce attorney with experience handling military divorce cases. Hiring a lawyer who has successfully navigated similar situations for previous clients and can anticipate potential challenges can help you get through the divorce as painlessly as possible, while ensuring your rights, your family and your future are protected.

Military divorce is often complicated by various state and federal laws that apply during each step of the process. Rather than risking the financial security, benefits, and custody you deserve, it pays to do your research ahead of time and choose a military divorce lawyer who knows how to protect your interests in a divorce settlement.

Stay Organized from the Start

If you are seriously considering divorce, you will need to gather all relevant documents and paperwork and organize it in an easy to navigate system. Determining what benefits and assets may be classified as marital property before filing for divorce can help eliminate surprises and reduce stress. Maintaining  comprehensive, accurate records will help set the tone for the divorce proceedings and can mean the difference between achieving a fair settlement, and later discovering there were additional assets you did not consider but may be entitled to.

Take Care of Yourself

When emotions are high, the divorce process gets more difficult and stressful. Taking care of your health and engaging in activities that reduce stress can help you stay focused and help your divorce proceed smoothly.

Increased stress levels can cause people to make poor decisions that could have a negative impact on the outcome of a divorce.

Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers at the Law Offices of Richard C. Klein Understand the Unique Challenges of a Military Divorce in New Jersey

We have the experience and knowledge necessary to successfully advocate for our clients’ interests in military divorce cases. Call (856) 544-9155, or to schedule a confidential consultation with a military divorce lawyer in New Jersey.

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