The answer to that question is under certain circumstances, you sure can. We’ve represented hundreds and hundreds of military members on active duty who are deployed to different locations all over the world.
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A lot of times military members will assign or be ordered by their command to give their spouse the BAH rate, which is on their LES statement, until further orders can be entered.
What is different about divorces in the military? Primarily, what you have to keep in mind is that the military does not have a system of resolving divorces as part of the military laws. As a result, those kinds of cases where there’s military families that is either 1 or both of the parties are in the military active duty, reserved duty, retired military, they have to go through the civilian court. The difference is in a military case is that the attorney should be extremely experienced with knowing the specific nuances of how military life will affect a divorce decree.
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