Military Divorce Attorney in Fort Walton Beach
A Military Divorce Lawyer Can Answer Your Questions - Call (800) 822-5170 Today
Virtually every type of divorce case is complicated in its own way, especially if it is contested or if children are involved. The same is true for a family going through a divorce in the military. At The Virga Law Firm, P.A., we are highly experienced in handling military divorce cases and can help you navigate your way through the process from start to finish.
Our team includes divorce attorneys with military experience, which gives us unique insight into military life and the issues that can arise during a military divorce. If you have been served with papers or you are filing the divorce yourself, you may feel overwhelmed and not sure who to turn to. Having a Fort Walton Beach military divorce lawyer represent you could make all the difference in the outcome of your case.
Why Call Our Military Divorce Lawyers?
- 80+ Years of Collective Legal Experience
- In The National Trial Lawyers Top 100
- 24/7 Attorney Access and Same-Day Appointments
- Convenient Location Near a Military Base
Schedule an initial consultation from our Fort Walton Beach military divorce attorneys. Call us today at (800) 822-5170. For your convenience, we offer same-day appointments!
We proudly serve active and retired military members and military spouses from all branches of the armed forces, including those stationed at Eglin Air Force Base and Hurlburt Field in Okaloosa County. If you or your spouse are stationed abroad or have been relocated to another state, we can help you determine your available options.
Representing the Rights of Military Spouses
At The Virga Law Firm, P.A., we are dedicated to ensuring you know your rights, and we want to help you explore your available options when it comes to child custody, support, alimony, and any other family law matters involved in your case. Military divorces often mandate a few unique requirements, such as the Service Members Civil Relief Act.
If your spouse is on active duty, there may be some time before they are served with papers. Additionally, Florida has special child custody laws regarding deployed military parents. Some cases are affected by the USFSPA (Uniformed Services Former Spouse Protection Act), which allows one spouse to claim a percentage of their ex-spouse's military pension.
We advise our clients on a number of issues, including but not limited to:
- Child custody
- Financial support
- Military benefits
- Temporary military benefits
- Disability benefits
- Retirement benefits
Divorce Attorneys Available 24/7
We have the experience and resources you need and as our client, and we make ourselves available around the clock. Your case is very important to us and you can rest assured we will work hard to achieve a positive outcome, no matter how complex the case may be.
Whatever your case may be, you can rely on us to thoroughly investigate the matters of your case and put together a workable strategy on your behalf. Contact us today to get started!