Addressing The Differences In A Divorce From A Member Of The Military
Military families have different considerations when dealing with divorce. There are various federal regulations that affect active military members who get divorced, especially while they are deployed. Our Honolulu attorney understands the differences between civilian and military divorces and can guide you through the process.
Scot Stuart Brower has more than 30 years of experience handling family law matters of all types. His practice covers different areas of the law, which gives him an in-depth understanding of how the legal system works, its many nuances and how to use them correctly to reach his clients' goals. He and his team at the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower work with military members and their spouses to ensure they have what they need to move on with their lives.
Serving All Branches Of The Military And All Bases On Oahu
Our law firm recognizes the complexities of being a married military service member or being married to and divorcing a member of the military. We serve clients stationed at military bases all over our island, including:
- Pearl Harbor Navy Base
- Hickam Air Force Base
- Kaneohe Marine Base
- Wheeler Airfield
- Schofield Barracks
- Kualoa Ranch Bunkers
- Tripler Army Medical Center
Federal law protects military members in terms of how and when they can be served with a divorce petition, how much of their salary can go to child support and alimony and whether their military retirement pensions can be divided as marital property. Hawaii instituted a law in 2010 that protects service members from having deployment considered as a strike against them in custody and visitation disputes, as well as expediting cases for service members who are about to be deployed.
Scot Stuart Brower knows the details of all of these laws and uses them to protect your rights and help you get what you need from your divorce. He will negotiate with your spouse and his or her lawyer regarding division of property, child support and child custody, as well as any other issues that may arise. If you and your spouse are unable to come to an agreement, Mr. Brower is an experienced trial lawyer and will fight for your rights and interests in court.
Contact Us For More Information About How Military Divorce Laws May Affect You
Call us at 808-522-0053 or send us an email to schedule your free initial phone consultation with our attorney.