REPRESENTATION FOR MILITARY FAMILIES STATIONED AT FORT BRAGG IN NORTH CAROLINA
For military families stationed at Fort Bragg or elsewhere throughout the country, going through a divorce presents some unique challenges not faced by civilian couples. At Smith, Dickey & Dempster P.A., our family law attorneys understand these issues and can provide counsel and representation tailored to the needs of military families.
A FAMILY LAW PRACTICE DEDICATED TO MILITARY FAMILIES IN NORTH CAROLINA
Trying to navigate deployments, government pensions, insurance and numerous other factors can make a relatively straightforward divorce into a series of headaches for military couples. Although you may think you can handle your separation on your own, the truth is that working with an attorney experienced in handling military divorces can make a significant difference in ensuring you and your interests are protected.
As your attorneys, we can help advise you toward the best methods for resolving your divorce, child custody dispute and other family law matters. For some, this means negotiating amicable divorce agreements with their partner. For others, this could mean contentious litigation proceedings. No matter the circumstances surrounding your separation, our team of lawyers and staff will guide you through every step, including:
- The division of marital assets, including military pensions and other benefits
- Determining spousal support (alimony)
- Child custody and child support matters
- Modifications to existing divorce agreements
If you suspect that your spouse is planning to file for a divorce or if you have already been served with divorce papers, we can help you understand what you’re facing and develop a strategy tailored to your goals.
HONEST ANSWERS TO YOUR MILITARY DIVORCE QUESTIONS
Contact us at our Fayetteville law office by calling or by completing our online contact form. Our attorneys will answer your questions, provide advice and help you resolve your immediate issues while preparing for a brighter future.
We charge an $ 80 consultation fee for family law matters.