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Military Divorce vs. Civilian Divorce in Pennsylvania

Posted By Cairns Law Offices || 22-Jul-2014

As complex as any Pennsylvania divorce is, matters can become even more difficult in a divorce where military laws factor in as well. For instance, when it comes to child support and alimony, determining amounts, modifying the support agreement, and enforcing these court orders, it can be complicated to say the least. When at least one parent is on active duty military duty, creating a child custody arrangement can be extremely difficult, especially when appearances in court are required.

Then when military pensions, insurance, and other benefits are involved in the divorce, it can be tricky to determine what fair property division entails, as well as other decisions such as accepting a lump sum share or waiting for retirement to get your share. A military divorce is full of legal and logistical difficulties.

The good news is that a no-fault divorce is available for members of the military. Through our special process, The Cairns Method of Obtaining an Internet-Based Divorceā„ , you could achieve a peaceful, uncontested divorce, and in a fraction of the time and cost a conventional law firm could grind out results. If you work with our Pennsylvania no-fault divorce firm, you may never need to set foot in a courtroom. You and your spouse may be able to peacefully dictate the terms of your future through your own divorce settlement.

Here are other benefits of going through the no-fault military divorce process online with us:

Learn more about how our dedicated Pennsylvania divorce attorney can help you and your family quickly start the next chapter in life, without the needless expenses, drama, and months in court. Check out our approach to no-fault military divorces, or contact us directly at your earliest convenience. Call 888.863.9115 to talk to Attorney James Cairns for a free, no-obligation consultation!