Often, we see clients who are either in the military (active duty or reserves), retired from the military, or married to someone who is military or former military. We believe that there are nuances to a military divorce which many general practitioners may not be aware of, and we would encourage you to hire an attorney who has knowledge of specific military issues. Mitchell Law Group attorney, Robin Kelly, spent almost six years as an active duty Captain in the United States Air Force, during which time she served in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corp. As a result, she is very comfortable reading a Leave and Earnings Statement, addressing military pension issues and discussing possible unintended consequences that military service may have on certain issues or decisions by a court. Many of our clients have questions about military pay tables, which are available online.
As with all other information contained on this website, this information should not be considered legal advice and you should seek advice from an attorney. Appointments may be arranged to discuss your situation with our attorneys but no advice may be given by initial phone or email contact.