Military Divorce

A Divorce Attorney with a Military Background

Georgia military divorce lawyer Mark F. Milhollin, is a former Captain and member of the Judge Advocate   / General's Corps. US Army

There are many lawyers in Marietta with extensive experience in Cobb County Divorce cases. Divorce lawyer Mark F. Milhollin has been representing individuals and families for over twenty years through their family law challenges. These often involve complex negotiations related to marital support, child custody, asset division, and other details of marriage dissolution in Georgia. However, Mr. Milhollin is also deeply experienced in another area of the law that has its own complexities: military divorce (including child custody, visitation and division of military benefits).

You may be stationed at the Dobbins Air Force Base and considering divorce; you may be deployed out of the Naval Reserve Air Station and negotiating child custody with your former spouse; if you are stationed anywhere in the U.S. (or overseas) you face peculiar challenges in your military divorce and family law case. Mark Milhollin understands these challenges better than many people; he is a former member of the U.S. Army and has worked with countless members of the military and military spouses going through divorce. For an experienced Georgia military divorce lawyer contact us online or call (770) 999-6700.

Wherever you may be stationed affordable excellence is available to you.

Military divorces differ from other divorces

Divorce laws do not differ for members of the military; but there are generally more complications. Deployment; transfer to different states; being married in one state having residence in another and being stationed in still another; details related to military benefits including pension and retirement; these can all make divorce in the military particularly challenging. At Mark F. Milhollin, P.C., we understand. We are also deeply familiar with the many federal laws and protections that apply to military members and their spouses and how they influence divorce negotiations:

  • Service Members Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
  • The Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act (SSCRA)
  • Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA)

Dividing assets and benefits in a military divorce can be complex. Call military divorce lawyer and former member of the U.S. Army - Mark F. Milhollin at (770) 999-6700.

Military Divorce attorney for out-of-state and overseas clients

The divorce process does not necessarily stop just because one of the people involved is stationed out of Georgia. We use all of our vast technological tools in order to keep in constant communication with our clients. Whether merely out-of-state or overseas, our clients are never left in the dark. Likewise, we are familiar with both seeking or fighting "stays" (delays) in divorce or family law proceedings. Call Mark Milhollin at (770) 999-6700.