Military Divorce

Military Families Face Unique Hurdles

While divorce is never easy, families who are in the military face a unique set of circumstances. Reuter Law Group, PC, has represented clients throughout Texas. We have 29 years of combined experience handling the most complex cases. We are here to answer all of your questions.

Representing The Best Interests Of Our Clients

There are certain laws and procedures that must be followed when it comes to military divorces. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) states that a divorce can be postponed while the service member is on active duty, as well as an additional 60 days afterward. However, if they wish to proceed with the separation, they can waive these protections and continue moving forward. The active duty member also must be served with divorce papers in person. If it is uncontested, they can waive this right as well.

One unique set of challenges military families face is the actual act of filing. In typical divorces, it must be filed where the couple lives. However, many times, our clients have not lived in Texas long enough to meet the residency requirements or their spouse is deployed. You also face further issues when trying to decide how to divide your assets. From retirement benefits to your home, it can be difficult. We can help you determine what your next steps are. We take the time to thoroughly examine all areas of your case and provide the answers you need.

We Are Here To Help; Call Today

Our team is built up of women who want to see you move forward. We will do whatever is necessary in order to help you do this. Call our office in Alamo Heights at 210-761-6184 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation today.