Killeen Military Divorce Lawyers
Get Expert Legal Guidance & Advocacy with Our Bell County Family Law Attorneys
Divorce can be a distressing and confusing time for military couples. Although military divorces have some similarities to civilian divorces, they also involve additional legal steps and procedures. It is essential to obtain qualified legal assistance from a Killeen military divorce lawyer who has extensive experience helping spouses understand these complex issues and make informed decisions regarding their future.
Call (254) 221-8588 today or contact the Law Office of Nancy Perry Eaton, PLLC online to schedule a consultation.
For nearly three decades, the Law Office of Nancy Perry Eaton, PLLC has effectively resolved many military divorce cases for those who reside in Bell County. Nancy Perry Eaton is a compassionate family law attorney who delivers personalized legal services that meet her clients’ unique needs.
Military Divorce Laws in Texas
Military service members and their spouses must ensure their divorce is conducted according to state and federal laws. Military couples divorcing in Texas are required to file a petition in the county in which they live. They must also meet the minimum residency requirement, which is set at 90 days.
Service Members Civil Relief Act
Federal laws exist to protect members of the armed forces from being held in default for failing to respond to divorce petitions.
According to the Service Members Civil Relief Act, a military divorce may be postponed:
- While the service member is on active duty
- Up to 60 days after a military member returns from active duty
Active duty service members may choose to waive these protections if they desire to continue with the divorce proceedings once they are filed.
Let Nancy Help You with Your Case
If you need legal assistance with a military divorce in Killeen, we encourage you to contact the skilled attorney at the Law Office of Nancy Perry Eaton, PLLC. As a competent and experienced lawyer, Nancy can provide you with thorough and effective guidance during this challenging time.
For more information about military divorce, dial (254) 221-8588 now.