FROM THE BLOGON MILITARY DIVORCE
What to do if your military spouse no longer provides financial support for your family.
How a military divorce case landed at the steps of the Supreme Court.
Which military privileges no longer apply to ex-spouses of service members?
When remedies for military domestic violence are needed, civil & criminal statutes are used to provide relief.
Veteran benefits are protected from creditors, but are they protected against your ex-spouse?
For non-military spouses, military IDs can be revoked if specific qualifications are not met.
Military divorces come with additional strings, including what is considered an assets for equitable distribution.
In any divorce case, retirement funds are fair ground for equitable distribution.
For those serving in the armed forces, a survivor benefit plan is a way of supporting your family.
Even if the funds are from the government, these funds play a factor in your child support.
It is vital to understand the Ten-Year Rule and how it impacts your pension.
Your pensions may be at risk.
The federal government can suspend your drivers license for failure to pay court ordered child support.
Florida's unique law regarding biological fathers vs. legal fathers.
What happens to your health insurance after you divorce?
The Federal Government can intercept your tax return if you owe back child support.
Damien discusses child support arrearages and other components of child support.
Will you be provided an interpreter during your court proceeding?
What is a social investigation and how will it help your custody case?
Tips on maintaining your mental health during a divorce.