Getting A Divorce While Deployed
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act is a federal law that allows active military personnel to postpone their divorce proceedings until they are able to participate in person. This postponement, or “stay,” is obtained by formally requesting the court to delay the proceedings, but it is entirely voluntary.
Many active service members want the ability to negotiate issues and resolve conflicts in person, but there are others who might prefer finalizing a divorce while they are overseas.
Divorce Services For Those Deployed
Attorney Stephen T. Holman has nearly 30 years of experience helping military members or their spouses complete the entire divorce process via email and over the Internet. He works hard to keep his clients informed on the progress of their case, and he is always available to address any concerns should they arise.
Mr. Holman invites you to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation if you find this to be your preferred method of obtaining a divorce. You will have all of your initial questions answered, as well as the opportunity to learn what you can expect moving forward.
How Is Obtaining A Divorce Via The Internet Possible?
So long as there are not any major “speed bumps,” obtaining a divorce while a spouse is deployed is rather simple — electronic documents and electronic filings make the process rather painless. In fact, all issues that must be addressed can be completely resolved through clear communications, including:
- Child support issues
- Child custody issues
- Property division
- Alimony/spousal support
- Division of military benefits
- Jurisdictional issues (if any)
- All other matters specific to your situation
Contact A Pensacola Military Divorce Lawyer
Interested in getting a divorce while deployed? Mr. Holman is ready to listen to your situation and help you through. Please call 850-435-6909 or 800-500-5060 toll free today to schedule your free consultation.