Consequences of Adultery in a Military Divorce

Consequences of Adultery in a Military Divorce

It is better for the parties to work out a Marital Separation Agreement instead of having a court decide, but such an agreement is not always available.

Adultery’s Role in a Military Divorce

Adultery’s Role in a Military Divorce

The consequences of committing adultery under the UCMJ vary based on the command and the circumstances. Speak with a military attorney today (301) 474-4468.

Contesting a Military Protective Order (CRSC)

Contesting a Military Protective Order (CRSC)

Accusations of abuse against a military service member should be vigorously contested but without exposing the military service member to criminal or administrative process.

Military Protective Orders

Military Protective Orders

An MPO is an order issued to a service member to remain away from his spouse, children, or home, because he or she is suspected of abuse.

Domestic Abuse Issues: Protective Orders without Finding of Abuse

Domestic Abuse Issues: Protective Orders without Finding of Abuse

A final Protective Order without a finding of abuse can only be entered with the Respondent’s consent. The parties can also agree to support and visitation arrangements.