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Failure to maintain communication can result in military divorce

Life in the military involves hard work. When family relationships are added to the mix the challenge of maintaining a strong relationship with loved ones can seem overwhelming. Overseas deployments can mean a long separation for families from Maryland who have loved serving in the armed forces. If the stress and strain of lengthy separations are not addressed, the outcome can lead to a military divorce.

Can activate military service members stop a divorce?

Virginia law requires personal service of divorce orders on members of the military. If you were unable to respond to a divorce action by a spouse, the statute could protect you from an automatic divorce — something you may have heard described as a default judgment.

3 tips for smart social media usage amid divorce

Like many people across Maryland, you may use social media on a daily basis as a means of staying in touch with friends and family, meeting new people or what have you. While, for many, social media can be a great way to socialize and maintain communications with others, people going through divorces might be wise to tread carefully when using it. At Reinstein, Glackin & Herriott, LLC, we have seen firsthand how using social media can come back to bite those navigating their way through divorces, and we have helped many clients make smart moves during their splits that protect their best interests.

Military retirement benefits in a divorce

For many couples in Maryland who get divorced, splitting up retirement assets can be something that happens during the property division negotiations. When one of the spouses is a member of the United States military, their military retirement benefits may then well be shared between both parties. This is pursuant to a law that has been in place since 1982.

The details of military divorce

Like any divorce, the guidelines in a military divorce procedure may depend on one's location. Unlike regular divorce, however, military divorce involves a number of factors that may affect the outcome of the situation, including asset division, current pay and retirement pay. What can Maryland military families learn about military divorce to ensure a smoother process?

How is military divorce different?

A divorce is a painful process. It is a terrible feeling to see something you were once so sure of begin to fade. If you are in the military and facing a divorce, your service can add a new layer of confusion and legal variables. Military divorces are very different from the ones civilians face, but you can get through it with a little legal help and by understanding what sets this type of divorce apart.

Military divorce in maryland: the basics

Maryland residents going through divorce likely understand that it is a process that can become demanding and all too time-consuming. When it comes to military divorce, that time can become all the more invested. While separation on any level comes with its own fair share of stress, what can those preparing to divorce in the military expect during the process?

The ins and outs of military divorce in maryland

For many Maryland residents, divorce can be a black and white topic. It generally involves changing life plans, new arrangements for children and other financial aspects. Through an emotional lens, divorce can mean the ending of one chapter and the beginning of a fresh one. 

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