Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Boise Family Law Lawyer - Divorce Attorney - Criminal Lawyers - Probate Attorneys

If you are looking for a Family Law Lawyer, Divorce Attorney, Criminal Lawyers, Probate Attorneys in Boise or the surrounding area, call (208) 472-2383 for experienced and exceptional legal representation in many areas including divorce, custody, family law, military divorce, criminal law, DUI, probate, bankruptcy, employment law and small business law.

As a Boise Divorce Attorney I deal regularly with Military Divorce. Military Divorce has certain rules and characteristics different from a civilian divorce.  What strikes me most as a divorce lawyer, however, is not the differences but the rate of divorce in the military. 

According to the Pentagon, the rate of military divorce has increased despite efforts by the military to provide resources for military couples.  An even more harsh statistic is the effect of deployment on female soldiers.  Women in the military experience divorce at twice the rate of male soldiers.

Having an absent spouse, suffering from post traumatic distress disorder, being a young couple and one partner being away from a new marriage, or simply living under extremely stressful situations are difficult on any marriage so it is no wonder why those individuals in the military are experiencing such high divorce rates.  The Pentagon places the overall divorce rate at 3.7%.  It is not uncommon, however, to see units, particularly those that have had more than one deployment, to have upwards of an 80% divorce rate.

While the military resources aimed at curbing the divorce rate and effects upon military family law and families have not been extremely helpful, what can be done in terms of family law for a military family?  Divorce Attorneys who have experience dealing with military divorce and custody are your best resource to have your family law issues dealt with.  Knowing the anatomy of a military divorce can make all the difference in settling issues intricately involved with the military.  It is not just the divorce but there are many other aspects particular to the military which much be considered such as custody, retirement, outstanding debt and a whole slew of other issues.

If you are in the military or are married to military personnel and you need to speak to a Boise Divorce Attorney, please give us a call at (208) 472-2383.  Our attorneys can help you understand what is at stake and help you get going along the right path.  We always provide a free consultation so don't hesitate, call now.


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