Minnesota Military Divorce Attorney
The stresses of military life present unique challenges to military members and their families. Multiple deployments, dangerous missions, PTSD diagnosis, home-based reassignments, and living away from your spouse and family for long periods of time can put great strain on a marriage.
Military marriages also present unique challenges in the context of divorce.
Although a military divorce is similar to a civilian divorce, there are several differences. Whether you are a military member or the spouse of one, it is important to retain a divorce attorney who is experienced and knowledgeable about the state and federal rules, laws and restrictions that apply to military divorces. When you contact Hill Crabb, LLC, that is exactly what you will find.
At Hill Crabb, LLC, we work with members of the military and their spouses to address all the elements of a military divorce, including:
- Service of process for internationally stationed spouses
- Determining domicile and proper jurisdiction
- Motions to stay proceedings under the SCRA
- Military guidelines for family support absent a court order
- Division of military retirement benefits — active duty vs reserves
- Impact of disability benefits on payout of military retirement benefits to spouse
- Notice requirements for mobilization and deployments
Guiding Clients Through The Bureaucracy And Process
Working through the red tape and layers of bureaucracy can make it difficult for individuals to understand how to accomplish their legal goals. We provide individuals in Edina and throughout Minnesota the personalized counsel they need at every step of the process, helping ensure our clients know their rights and options.
Discounts For Members Of The Military
To show support for the individuals who spend their lives serving their countries, Hill Crabb, LLC, offers a discount to members of the military, including members of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard and Marines. Learn more about the counsel an experienced lawyer can provide by scheduling a consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 612-568-5967.