Family Law For Military Families

Military families live in a different world, legally, than families not in the service. When family matters boil over in military families, you will want to work with a lawyer with experience in the ways the military works, and how that affects divorce, child support, child custody and division of property.

At RPM Law, we work every day with service members and their spouses to resolve disagreements that arise between them. We not only represent those presently serving their country, but we also represent spouses and veterans who must still deal with military issues long after leaving the service.

Military divorce: Our lawyers guide both service members and their spouses through military divorce or dissolution, including thorny issues involving division of retirement, military benefits and the special challenges facing members of the military and their families.

Military child support: Being a responsible parent can become a serious issue while deployed abroad. Our firm works with service members and spouses to make support payments easier to pay and easier to collect.

Military child custody: Known as parenting time to Arizonans, this responsibility is still called child custody in the armed forces. Our attorneys work with military families and spouses to craft custody agreements that make sense, and to obtain custody orders when disputes arise.

Military child visitation: Arriving at visitation agreements when one parent is called overseas is a problem that requires thoughtful deliberation. We also assist with grandparents' rights to have access to their grandchildren, as well as the serious problems of protecting the child when abuse or neglect has occurred or been alleged.

Domestic violence in military homes: This is a two-pronged matter, involving aspects of both family law and criminal defense.

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These are just some of the legal problems military families must deal with. We would be happy to meet with you at our conveniently located Tucson office to discuss your options under military family law. Call us for a no-charge, no-obligation conversation about your case at 520-740-1802, or email us any questions you have.