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Military Divorce

San Antonio Military Divorce

Serving Active Duty Military & Veterans

Military couples have a tough time getting divorced. The challenges that arise from being in the military and going through a divorce make life difficult for everyone involved, not just those who are serving or living abroad.

If you are a military member or have a family member who is, you know that divorce can be especially complicated and stressful. There are many factors to consider, such as the impact of deployment on child custody arrangements and division of property.

Our military divorce attorneys in San Antonio understand the unique challenges faced by military families during a divorce. We offer experienced legal representation for those seeking a divorce, including assistance with issues like child custody and property division.

To discuss your case with an experienced military divorce lawyer in San Antonio, contact us online today.

Have Questions?

We Have Answers!
  • How do you serve military personnel with divorce papers?
    Divorce papers must be personally served on an active-duty service member. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) states that active-duty servicemembers have an additional 90 days to respond to being served. The military personnel can also request a delay in the process until they return from deployment.
  • What is the divorce rate in the US Military?
    The divorce rate for active duty military members is 3.1%. This does not include Coast Guard, Reserve, National Guard, or service members divorced after leaving the military.
  • How long does a military divorce take in Texas?
    It takes at least 60 days from the date the divorce petition is filed for a military divorce to be completed. However, you should realistically plan for the process to take five months to a year – or longer if the parties can’t agree to the divorce terms.
  • How do you file for a military divorce in Texas?
    Before you file for a military divorce in Texas, at least one spouse must fulfill a six-month Texas residency requirement. If you have met this residency requirement, contact a local family law attorney to learn how to file a divorce petition.

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