Texas has special rules for military divorces, including laws that affect child custody and visitation. If you're facing a divorce - and you or your spouse is an active service member - it's critical to work with an attorney who has considerable experience representing service members.
At W. Tyler Moore, PC, our family law attorney has over 40 years' experience representing couples undergoing military divorces. Attorney Moore is one of only 47 Texas attorneys who is dual board-certified in both civil trial law and family law matters in Texas. We can help you prepare for trial, negotiate with the other side and decide when to settle and when to keep fighting. With a military divorce, it's critical to have an experienced law firm representing your interests, whether you're the service member or the spouse.
Military couples face different rules from other divorcing couples, and not all family law attorneys have worked with service members or understand the nuances of a military divorce. A few areas of difference include issues involving:
Whether you're the service member or the spouse, it's important to have an attorney who understands the special rules that apply to military divorce cases - rules concerning the division of property, child custody and visitation.
At W. Tyler Moore, PC, we can educate you on the complexities of military divorce, answer any questions you have and help you explore your rights during this difficult time. Our attorney has a track record of obtaining positive outcomes for parties on both sides of military divorce cases. Email us today or call our office in Houston at 713-492-0998 for help.
Experienced Legal Counsel Can Make All the Difference in a Military Divorce