Divorce is a challenging enough issue to have to work through without having to work through additional, complicating factors such as military service. Military service provides a wide range of benefits that include military pension, disability, TRICARE and PX access. Those benefits may be part of the marital estate and may need to divided.
If you are facing divorce and you or your spouse has served in or is currently serving in one of the branches of our Armed Services, you owe it to yourself to work with a divorce attorney who understands how military benefits need to be handled.
For members of the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, other service members and their spouses, the allocation of military benefits is one of the major issues that needs to be worked out in a divorce. The duration of the marriage and how much of the marriage overlapped with the period of active duty play a large part in determining how those benefits are dealt with.
At Fendley Law, we offer family law representation that has a deep understanding of the issues military couples face as they divorce. We can help you secure the divorce you need and protect your interest in the various benefits that are part of military service. While these situations can be complicated, our firm has the decades of experience necessary to be able to help military couples leave their marriages in the best possible circumstances.
Founding attorney Mart Fendley is joined by his son and daughter, attorney Jacob Fendley and attorney Elizabeth (Liz) Fendley as well as attorney Joshua Etson. Mart Fendley has been providing the help people need for decades and has been recognized for the quality of his representation. He is AV* Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been a board-certified civil trial lawyer since 1994.
For divorce representation that understands military divorce, turn to Fendley Law. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 931-245- HELP (4357) or contact us online.
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