Colorado’s Rules for Dividing Military Retirement Pensions & Property in a Divorce
The divorce process can be complex and difficult to navigate. It is even more challenging when you, your spouse, or both of you are active duty, reserve duty, or retired military servicemembers.
This ebook offers an overview of all the key elements that may be involved with your divorce, with a close emphasis on how that impacts you as a military servicemember or officer, or a military spouse. Our goal is to offer clear and useful information that can prepare you for the divorce process and help you consider the many decisions and issues that are before you.
Whether you are stationed at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora, the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Fort Carson Army Base in El Paso, or any other Colorado base, or are a spouse of a local or deployed servicemember or officer, Burnham Law is ready to help you through all aspects of your military divorce.
Choosing the attorney you will work with for your divorce is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. You want an attorney who understands your primary concerns and has experience in the types of issues involved in your case.
For military families, it is crucial that you work with an attorney who understands your profession, the pressures of your life, and the detailed laws and requirements that apply exclusively to military officers and servicemembers, especially concerning retired pay and SBP.
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The Military Family’s Guide To Divorce Rules & Realities:
- 1Child support
- 2Custody and visitation and how deployment impacts this
- 3Division of assets and debts including military pensions
- 4Divorce processes available
- 5Divorce, separation, and annulment
- 6Grounds for divorce
- 7Colorado residency requirements
- 8Selecting an attorney
- 9Service of divorce papers and possible delays due to deployment
- 10Spousal support and military family support requirements