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Handling Military Retirement In Divorce

One of the most complicated issues in divorce generally is the division of retirement. In military divorces, the division of retirements only becomes more complex.

At the law firm of Hesser & Flynn, L.L.P., in Alexandria, Louisiana, we place a focus on the needs of military families throughout the area. In fact, we regularly represent clients needing a military divorce who are connected in some way to Fort Polk and Barksdale Air Force base.

Well-Considered Legal Guidance

You will be able to rely on our advice in these difficult situations because our firm puts your well-being at the top of the list. We do not simply dispense off the cuff legal answers or one-size-fits-all family law pleadings.

Instead, we personalize all of our work for you. Our lawyers work with you directly so they get to know the unique circumstances of your situation, including CRSC, CRDP, post-divorce pursuit of military retirement and related VA disability pay issues that can prevent a former spouse from getting their share of the retirement.

That knowledge enables us to craft legal strategies responsive to your particular legal needs and goals. It also allows us to address those circumstances involved that might involve changing legal principles or unusual facts.

Our experience also enables us to provide you with a full understanding of your available legal options. Whether we advise you to pursue your rights at trial or to negotiate a settlement, you will know you are depending on the judgment of lawyers who understand how military retirement issues work.

Years Of Experience

Schedule a free initial consultation with our experienced military retirement legal team by calling us at 318-542-4862. You can also contact our attorneys online to make your appointment.

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