Help For Individuals Going Through A 'Military Divorce'

Do you sit awake at night thinking your deployment ruined your marriage? Are you worried that your "ex" will use your deployments against you when seeking custody of your children? If you are feeling trapped, consider taking legal action to protect your legal rights and access to your child or children. Don't get mad; get smart and strategic and hire The Law Office of Bryce D. Neier, PLLC.

At The Law Office of Bryce D. Neier, PLLC, in Fayetteville, North Carolina, we understand the raw emotions military personnel face when feeling like their marriage is falling apart. Our founding attorney, Bryce Neier, served in the military overseas for five consecutive years. He understands the emotional drain of living and serving half way around the world, away from family. If you believe your marriage is over, there is no shame in moving forward with your life. But before you do, make sure you get competent legal advice from Fayetteville, North Carolina, military divorce lawyer Bryce D. Neier.

A Military Divorce Lawyer Who Understands Your Situation

If you are a service member considering a divorce, do not hire just any attorney. Select an experienced military divorce attorney who can relate to your situation. Attorney Bryce Neier understands the stressors in your life. He has years of experience helping clients stationed at Fort Bragg, former Pope Air Force Base and overseas. He will apply his skills and the firm's resources to your advantage. Bryce Neier is only a click away.

Providing A Strong Voice For Clients Seeking A Military Divorce

At The Law Office of Bryce D. Neier, PLLC, we understand the complications servicemen and servicewomen face when considering a divorce. The realities of future deployments can add additional complexities to parenting issues. When the stakes are high, entrust our law firm to protect your best interests. Serving Fort Bragg and the former Pope AFB, attorney Neier offers aggressive advocacy tempered with sound judgment to achieve positive results in issues of:

A Note About Dividing Military Pensions In Divorce

Division of military pensions in North Carolina is based on what is called the Seifert formula, which takes into account the length of the marriage and the total time the service member served in the military (active duty plus reserve duty). Former spouses of military service members may be entitled to a portion of the military retirement and other benefits, such as Tri Care medical insurance. As our client, you will be fully informed as to your rights regarding pensions and other benefits. In addition, if you fail to secure yourself as the primary former spouse beneficiary on your "ex's" military retirement, and he or she dies, you could lose your portion of the retirement, forever.

Contact Our Firm For Assistance

If you are a service member considering a divorce, consult an experienced North Carolina military divorce attorney committed to protecting your custody rights. Call toll free 800-332-2807 or send us an email to arrange a consultation.