If either you and/or your spouse are on active military duty and thinking about filing for divorce, contact the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today. Our experienced divorce attorneys can represent you in your military divorce case. We can answer your questions about whether you can file your case in a Texas court, how your military status will impact child custody, how much child support you are likely to have to pay, and how the divorce may impact your retirement. You don’t have to go through a military divorce without representation. Let us be your advocate and fight for your interests. Contact our Military Divorce Lawyers today at 254-690-5688. We are prepared to advise and represent military personnel and their spouses who have been stationed at Fort Hood, Randolph Air Force Base, Fort Sam Houston, Brooke Army Medical Center or any other installation in Texas. We also help soldiers who are currently deployed, are currently on Temporary Duty (TDY) in another state, and those who underwent a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) to another state, but want to file for divorce in Texas.
Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC has handled numerous divorce cases where our clients are deployed overseas or stationed outside the State of Texas. Please contact the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today to schedule your FREE military divorce consultation. Consultations via phone, Skype, and live chat are available. Call 254-690-5688 to speak to our Military Divorce Attorneys.
If you are serving in the military and you are served with divorce papers, child support papers, or any other court papers, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act may impact your case. Call the military divorce attorneys at Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC today to schedule your free consultation.
Will I be able to get full custody of my child if I am in the armed services?
It depends. There are two ways for the custody of a child to be determined. You and your spouse can agree as to who will have primary custody of the child or the judge can make that decision. Consult with an attorney at Ted Smith Law Group today to discuss how being in the armed services may impact custody of your children.
General rule: Before you can file for divorce in Texas, you must be a resident of Texas for 6 months and a resident of the county you want to file in for 3 months. If you are military or married to someone in the military, contact the military attorneys at Ted Smith Law Group today to find out how your military status and your military Home of Record may impact jurisdiction.
If your child is currently living outside of Texas, contact the military divorce attorneys at Ted Smith Law Group today to find out how this will impact where you can file for divorce, custody, or child support modifications. Your military status may also impact where you can file.
Military families are under enough stress without having to wonder whether their divorce attorney can handle the challenge of protecting their interests. At the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC, we are committed to helping each of our clients find the right strategic path for achieving their goals.
If you need advice about your rights in a military divorce case in Texas, contact an experienced military divorce lawyer at the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC for a free consultation in Harker Heights. 254.690.5688
At the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC, we represent Military personnel and their families throughout central Texas, including Killeen, Harker Heights, Belton, Temple, Copperas Cove, Calvert, Waco, Bell County, Coryell County, Milam County, Burnet County, Lampasas and Williamson County.