Dividing Military Benefits During Divorce
Our attorneys at Brown Law LLC have extensive experience addressing issues related to military divorce and property division. We represent military members and spouses in Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas through the military divorce process.
Military Pension And Retirement Benefits
The divorce process for individuals in the military or for military spouses is different than a civilian divorce. Specific guidelines and laws must be followed during divorce negotiations and during property division.
Pension and retirement benefits need to be divided according to guidelines stated under the Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act. This act protects spouses of military members if they are entitled to their spouse’s military pension. The amount a spouse can receive is based on the benefits accrued during the length of the marriage.
We Understand The Military Divorce Process
We have experience handling the complex matters involved in property division in military divorces. We know how to calculate your benefits and how to protect the rights of our clients, whether you are or were a military member, or a spouse.
Our lawyers are committed to helping you with your divorce in Utah. You face different issues than a civilian divorce, which is why it is important to work with a law firm that has a clear understanding of the issues in your case and how specific laws will affect your negotiations.
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We will help you understand your case and how we can help find a resolution that works for you. Call at 801-685-9999, toll free at 800-656-3260, or contact us online to schedule a divorce consultation. Our attorneys speak Spanish and Italian.
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