Pennsylvania No Fault Military Divorce
Attorney for No Fault Divorces in Pennsylvania
If you and your spouse are seeking a no fault, uncontested divorce, and one or both of you are active members of the United States Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force, or Coast Guard, a Pennsylvania no fault divorce attorney from the Cairns Law Offices can provide you with experienced legal guidance. Our firm understands that there can be unique circumstances involved in military divorces, especially when one spouse is stationed overseas or across the nation. A spouse who is participating in active duty must be physically served the divorce papers, which protects the spouse from being divorced without any knowledge or say. There are also laws that govern how a military member's retirement benefits must be calculated, as well as restrictions placed upon the amount of alimony or child support payments that can be ordered.
Choose an Experienced Pennsylvania Military Divorce Lawyer
We are experienced in helping clients obtain both civilian and military no fault divorces in Pennsylvania and understand the unusual laws surrounding military divorces. If you and your spouse decide to pursue an uncontested divorce, our offices can provide you with sound legal counsel and save you time and money with
The Cairns Method of Obtaining an Internet-Based Divorce℠.
Our unique approach to divorce means that you and your spouse are able to avoid unnecessary fees and the hassle of traveling to courthouses and law offices. Our team is committed to simplifying the divorce process and helping our clients achieve a fresh start as soon as possible. We use technology to make your divorce faster and more efficient, and you will receive regular updates on the status of your case.
Unlike conventional law firms, we typically process your paperwork in a matter of days, not weeks, to help you achieve divorce faster. Our firm believes that you should never be confused about the divorce process, which is why we reply to calls and emails within a day. Military divorces differ in some ways, but that does not mean your divorce has to cost more or be more stressful. We offer settlement agreement preparation and free legal consultations by phone any day of the week, including evenings.
If you want an uncontested, no fault divorce without the stress, choose a Pennsylvania military attorney from our firm who will make your case a priority.