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Military Divorce

Military marriages are not the same as civilian marriages – military spouses spend months or even years apart, and may have different priorities than other married couples. Military divorces also have significant differences compared to civilian divorces.  The Texas Family Code has certain provisions that apply specifically to divorces or custody cases involving members of the military.  An attorney handling a military divorce needs to have knowledge of these laws and a solid understanding of how benefits such as military retirement and TSP accounts will be divided, the significance of the survivor benefit plan (SBP), Tricare coverage, command involvement with child or spousal support, as well as numerous other factors that are not present in a civilian divorce.

“Protect Your Rights During Divorce”

Mr. Gilbert has successfully represented active duty and retired service members as well as spouses of service members.  As a former active duty member of the Military, Mr. Gilbert has lived through difficulties associated with deployment, and his first-hand experience of military life gives him an understanding of your case that some attorneys simply will not be able to match.  If you’re part of a military couple considering divorce in Texas you will find the guidance and experience needed to protect your rights at the Gilbert Law Office.

The Personal Approach

At the Gilbert Law Office, every client is treated as if he or she is my only client.  The Gilbert Law Office was founded on the belief that every person is entitled to quality legal representation, no matter what their interests or intended outcome. This belief ensures that my clients will always receive personal, concierge-level legal services. You shouldn’t have to be wealthy or a celebrity to receive fair, honest representation of your interests. You’ll never be treated like a number on a client roster, and your rights will be protected through whatever challenges you’re currently facing.  Nobody wants to need an attorney, but when you do, make sure you pick one that cares about your success as much as their own. When you need an experienced San Antonio military divorce attorney, call The Gilbert Law Office or submit a contact form on the website to get your case started off on the right foot.

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