Tampa Military Divorce Lawyer
Navigating Your Legal Journey

Divorce is a challenging process, and it becomes even more complex when one or both partners are in the military. As a dedicated Tampa Military Divorce Lawyer, our firm understands the unique challenges and legal nuances of military divorces. We are committed to providing our clients with the specialized guidance and representation they need during this difficult time.

Understanding Military Divorce in Tampa

Military divorces involve unique factors such as deployment, military pensions, and benefits that are not typically part of civilian divorces. Our team has extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of both federal and state laws governing military divorces. We ensure that your rights are protected while navigating these complex issues.

We understand the complexity of military divorces. Military divorces can be complicated and deserve different attention than normal divorces. Tampa military divorce lawyers at Foley Family Law are experienced in handling military divorces covering all branches of the military. The office is attuned to dealing with the special issues in these cases.

Unique Aspects of TAMPA Military Divorce

Military divorces differ from civilian divorces in several ways, including residency requirements, Servicemembers’ civil relief act considerations, division of military pensions, and considerations regarding active duty. Our expertise in these areas ensures that your divorce is handled with the utmost care and legal proficiency.

Why Choose a Specialist in TAMPA Military Divorce

Choosing a lawyer who specializes in military divorce is crucial. Our firm not only understands the legal intricacies but also empathizes with the emotional and practical challenges faced by military families. We offer tailored legal strategies to meet your specific needs and circumstances.

Our office can assist you in your military divorce if you are in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, or Reserves. Special issues, such as military retirement issues, relocation, deployment, time-sharing while on active duty or deployment, and military regulations, need extra attention.

If you are filing for divorce and your spouse is in the military, we are also aware of the special issues dealing with service, rules dealing with defaults, and other specific military issues that are important to consider when going through a divorce. William S. Foley, Esquire has represented military members deployed and stationed all over the world.

Your Trusted Advocate in Difficult Times

We are more than just your legal advisors; we are your advocates and partners in this journey. Our commitment is to provide you with compassionate, personalized legal support every step of the way.

How We Can Help You

Our services cover all aspects of military divorce, including child custody and support, division of military benefits, and alimony. We strive to achieve a fair and just outcome for you and your family.

FAQ's on MILITARY divorce

Military pensions are subject to division as marital property. The division depends on the length of the marriage, the length of military service, and other factors
: At least one spouse must reside in or be stationed in Florida. Specific circumstances may affect this requirement, and we can provide detailed guidance based on your situation.
Deployment can significantly impact custody arrangements. We help in drafting agreements that consider possible future deployments and the best interests of the children.

Need a Tampa Military Divorce Lawyer?

Secure your future after a military divorce. Schedule a meeting with our experienced Tampa Military Divorce Lawyer now.



Foley Family Law feels it is important to charge reasonable fees and costs in the litigation and settlement of divorce and family law matters. The office sends out regular billing statements and invoices so clients know exactly how the office is proceeding in their case and where their retainers are at. Each client is quoted an initial retainer at the initial consultation and the billing process is detailed in the retainer agreement the client is provided and signs prior to retaining.

Call today (813) 272-2345 to set up a consultation with a Tampa Bay Military Divorce Lawyer and Family Law Attorney.

Foley Family Law provides clients with high-quality representation in heated alimony, property, or children’s issues cases. The majority of the Divorce matters the Office handles are contested on one or more issues at one point during the case, therefore the Office has a wealth of experience in dealing with these types of Divorce matters.

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