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Uniformed services former spouses protection act (usfspa)

February 1983 was a pivotal month for the rights of a civilian spouse. A military family law case at that time established the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA) to support civilian spouses and their families. This act confirms that retirement pay is “empowered, but not required” to be marital property and therefore divisible by a divorce order.

Military divorce: an introduction

Going through a divorce with the military can introduce unique circumstances. To start, military divorce is not a legal term; it is simply a term to describe a divorce that has one or more of the litigants are in the military or retired from the military.

What you need to know if considering relocating with your children from massachusetts

Massachusetts law favors parents who have been awarded primary or sole physical custody in cases where such parents request to remove or relocate their children to a new state outside of Massachusetts.

Don't make these dating mistakes after massachusetts divorce!

Are you planning to forget your past after your Massachusetts divorce and start dating? However, it may not be that easy to do so especially if you had been married for several years to your former spouse.

Divorcing in massachusetts when you have adult children

There are many Massachusetts couples who are going through a high-conflict marriage. But since these couples have children from their marriage, they sometimes wait until their children grow up and leave home for college to divorce.

What about kids?

Many parents main concern is dividing these responsibilities and supporting their children during a separation. During this difficult situation, your mind can rest on one thing: the courts primary concern is always the best interests of the children.

Is your spouse hiding marital property?

Studies show that many people hide money and assets from their spouse or partner during divorce.

3 risks of self-representation during a georgia divorce

People who get divorced without an attorney may be at greater risk for making damaging mistakes, causing legal delays and experiencing greater stress.

Divorce in georgia: helping children adjust to the changes

Experiencing the divorce of their parents may be upsetting for many children, but there are things their parents can do to help them cope with the changes.