Military Divorce Law
In some situations, military service can create unique challenges for marriages and families. With many of our service members stationed overseas, one consequence is an increase in military divorce and other family law problems.
Whether your spouse has filed for divorce while you are stationed here or elsewhere, you have reached a mutual decision to divorce and need to decide how, or you have other family law questions, we welcome your telephone call to Hayes, Rode and Ramirez at 210-233-6021 to speak with one of our San Antonio divorce attorneys. Please ask about our discount for military members and their family members.
San Antonio Military Divorce Attorneys: Protecting Your Rights and Acting Efficiently on Your Behalf
Since the opening of our law practice, the attorneys at Hayes, Rode and Ramirez have capably advised military personnel and their spouses on a wide range of challenging issues. We will take your questions seriously and strive to assist you on issues including:
- Invoking your rights under the Service Members Civil Relief Act (SCRA) to postpone a divorce hearing or other family law-related civil proceeding until you are able to deal with it effectively
- Filing an uncontested divorce with the cooperation of your divorcing spouse, which can usually be completed in as few as sixty days with the cooperation of both parties.
- Petitioning for your child visitation rights to be granted to a family member, such as your parents — a process that requires an experienced attorney familiar with the current Texas Family Code.
- Protecting your community interest in either your own or your spouse’s accruedmilitary retirement.