Military Divorce

How The SCRA Affects Military Divorce Cases

The Service Members Civil Relief Act (SCRA) is a law protecting military service personnel from civil actions. While the SCRA doesn't make a military member immune to lawsuits, it can delay civil court cases for certain periods of time. This act was created for servicepersons who are far from home and/or on a mission and...

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Transitioning From Military Life After Virginia Divorce

If you're a woman facing a Virginia military divorce, it's a good idea to be prepared. First, seek the counsel of an experienced Virginia divorce attorney to represent your best interests in court. Next, you'll want to prepare for the way your life will change after your marriage is legally dissolved. It probably took time...

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Military Spouse’s Health Care by Mary Elizabeth Davis

As a former military dependent, I am keenly aware of the importance of military health care coverage. My mom, as many other former military spouses, is a 20/20/20 spouse. This means that my parents were married for at least twenty years, my dad was active duty for at least twenty years, and there was a...

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