Partnering With Military Families To Promote Fair Divorce Settlements
When service members marry, their spouses commit not only to their partner but also to the armed forces. As a result, military marriage differs from a civilian marriage due to certain requirements demanded by the armed forces. For example, when a service member is deployed, more than one family member is affected by this move. Since military families make sacrifices not expected of civilians, they receive benefits that aren’t available to civilians. Protecting these benefits is an important goal in a military divorce.
At Trotto Law Firm, P.C., we represent service members and their spouses throughout New York. Since 2009, we have designed effective legal strategies that take into account military divorce considerations other lawyers tend to omit. We understand that parents who are deployed need a flexible custody arrangement that addresses this absence. In addition to custody considerations, we are familiar with the specific guidelines that determine which benefits can be transferred to a soldier’s offspring and former spouse.
Navigating Intricate Military Procedures For A Variety Benefits Concerns
Whether you are an active duty service member, retired or are a former spouse of one, you deserve to be compensated for your loyalty to the military community. A benefits package is one form of reimbursement you are owed.
We secure favorable results for pay, health care benefits and pension. We can advise you on your options on matters such as:
- Military retirement benefits
- Thrift savings plan
- Survivor benefits program
- Transitional health coverage
- Alimony considerations
In addition to our experience with navigating the complexities associated with military divorces, we take pride in my accessibility. We respond quickly to client requests and explain all options clearly so that you will understand your options and obligations. This emphasis on direct client communication is one reason that our lawyer has been commended as a family law attorney.