Military Divorce And Maintenance/Alimony

Even a straightforward divorce can be complicated by numerous unforeseen challenges. Issues such as child custody, spousal support, property division, and the division of retirement and pension accounts often require the guidance of an experienced legal professional.

A military divorce contains added stress and complexity. When attempting to resolve disputes regarding maintenance (also known as "alimony") it is wise to seek the counsel of an attorney who has experience navigating these matters. Our lawyer is a military veterans who understand the important issues faced by military personnel in maintenance/alimony cases. No matter the challenges you face in military divorce, call or email our firm to schedule an appointment.

What Can Be Done?

Military service does not exempt a person from paying spousal support — often referred to as "maintenance" or "alimony" or spousal maintenance. The military does, however, provide guidelines. Whether your spouse is seeking a temporary measure such as interim support or mandatory support based on the basic allowance for housing (BAH), we will fight to protect your best interests.

We Understand Military Issues Related To Family Law

At the law firm of Alan E. DeWoskin, P.C., our founding attorney Alan DeWoskin, has a substantial military background. He is a retired colonel who served in the Army Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps. Our firm is highly experienced with regard to both military law and family law. We help servicemembers resolve challenging legal matters and protect their legal rights.

Schedule A Consultation

With questions regarding spousal support or the division of military retirement benefits, contact our firm. The St. Louis, Missouri, office of Alan E. DeWoskin, P.C., can be reached by phone or through our online contact form.