Division Of Military Benefits
It is essential to work with an experienced, highly trained attorney when dealing with division of military benefits in a divorce. There are numerous laws and regulations on this issue, and it is easy to miss the opportunities to maximize your potential asset division agreement.
Musulin Law Firm, LLC, in South Jersey, proudly represents those who serve our country in the military and spouses of servicemembers in family and matrimonial law issues, including division of military benefits.
Over 30 Years Of Experience
Attorney Christopher Rade Musulin, Esquire, of the firm brings more than 32 years of experience and knowledge to handling military divorces and has great respect for the sacrifices associated with a military lifestyle.
Mr. Musulin and his team can help you through all the complicated military asset division issues that arise, including:
- Division of assets: In addition to the military benefits, most divorces also involve the division of real property, personal property, inheritances, savings and other assets. The legal team at Musulin Law Firm, LLC, will take great care to access your particular facts and circumstances in order to advise you about the appropriate division of marital assets as opposed to the nondivision of personal property.
- Military health care benefits: Through programs such as Tricare, it is possible for former spouses of military members to retain health care benefits if they qualify.
- Military retirement benefits: The division of retirement benefits can be complicated and contentious in a military divorce. The Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act (USFSPA) allows the courts to divide military retirement assets as they would any other marital asset in a divorce, and it gives former spouses of military members a mechanism for obtaining these benefits.
Find Out How Our Lawyers Can Help You
Schedule a consultation with Musulin Law Firm, LLC, today. Call 609-267-0070 or contact the firm online. Located directly across from the Burlington County Superior Court in Mount Holly, New Jersey, and near Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
Free consultations to all military personnel.