Military Divorce Attorney in Orlando

Representing Florida’s Military Personnel and their Families in Divorce Proceedings  

If you and/or your spouse are on active military duty, are reservists or are inactive military members and are considering divorce, contact Kramer Law today.

Our experienced divorce attorneys can represent you in your military divorce case. Kramer Law is honored to represent U.S. military personnel serving domestically and abroad. We are fully aware of the complex issues and unique concerns of military families.

Speak with an experienced Florida attorney at our firm today.
Call 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376)

Our close proximity to Patrick AFB, MacDill AFB, Naval Air Warfare Center, Camp Blanding and other Florida military bases and hospitals allows our firm to serve our service men and women, and their spouses, in all divorce matters, including

  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Relocation with a child
  • Marital property division
  • Debt division
  • Alimony
  • Modifications
  • Military retirement pay
  • Military pensions
  • Insurance

Orlando Military Divorce Lawyers Who Know Your Issues

A divorce can add unnerving strain to an already weighted duty of protecting our country. Civilians may not know the special circumstances facing military families. Spouses are separated for extended periods. Children go without seeing their fathers or mothers for months on end. Financial struggles may contribute to existing stress. What began as a solid, devoted family may come undone.

Consider Kramer Law for effective, attentive representation that makes the divorce as efficient as possible. If you are in the military or the spouse of someone in the military, and facing divorce, you deserve personalized attention and straightforward legal counsel. We can be reached online or by calling 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376) at any time.

Working with our firm, you have a divorce attorney who works closely with you to protect your rights and ensures your child’s best interests are being served.

Florida law requires a married military couple to have resided in the state at least six months before filing divorce. If a spouse is currently deployed, the Serviceman’s Civil Release Act (SCRA) can delay final judgment until the service member’s return. Other federal legislation Kramer Law can help with addresses military benefits and pensions after divorce.

Child Custody, Visitation and Support

For divorcing military families with child custody and visitation issues, your attorney must be adept in federal laws that govern military personnel as well as with Florida divorce statutes. Specific laws regarding deployment, mobilization or temporary duty may influence parenting plans.

If relocation has a role in the divorce, custody of the children may be affected. Prior custody agreements may call for significant modification to accommodate your new location or situation. We are fully able to represent you in all matters of relocation.

Other federal laws that apply to military personnel (but not civilians) affect enforcement of child support, jurisdiction requirements and other court orders, and military retirement pay.

Speak with an experienced Florida attorney at our firm today.
Call 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376)

Protecting Assets and Property Division

The contributions of both spouses to the marriage and home are considered in the final divorce decree. Equitable division of marital property can become involved tasks for divorcing military couples. Spouses married for any length of time may have properties in multiple states. Known disabilities, complex estates, and unknown debt compilation by one spouse may further complicate the marital settlement agreement.

Military Retirement and Pension Division

Retirement funds and pension benefits are critical concerns in military divorce cases. These assets can have significant financial value. The equitable assessment of the division of your retirement benefits is imperative.

The Florida divorce attorneys at Kramer Law have years of experience assisting military personnel under the federal law requirements for disposable military retirement funds, savings plans or disability benefits that must be factored in.

Call on us for any legal issue

When a service member is deployed but resides in Florida, you need to know with confidence that an experienced military family lawyer is handling all aspects of your case.

Kramer law is here to serve Florida’s military personnel who are going through any situation in their personal life where an attorney needs to be involved. Please contact us today if you need a reliable Florida attorney by your side.

Altamonte Springs Office
999 Douglas Avenue
Suite 3333
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Downtown Orlando Office
37 N. Orange Avenue
Suite 500b
Orlando, FL 32801
CALL (407) 834-4847