Resolution In Military Divorce

Divorce is a difficult process for any family to go through, but it can be especially complex when one spouse is an active member or veteran of the U.S. armed forces. Military divorce is unique. You need a legal advocate with thorough understandings of both military and civilian life to help you plan for the future.

At Epperson Law PLLC, we are in a strong position to help military families resolve complicated divorce matters. Our North Carolina law firm is led by two former U.S. Military JAG Corps officers, James Epperson and Steve Ockerman, each of whom has 24 years of legal experience in North Carolina. We understand what life is like for service members and their families, and we know how to protect the rights of our military clients as they go through the process of divorce.

Whether you are a service member or a spouse of one, our firm will help you identify practical legal goals and create a customized plan to help you obtain them.

The Complex Issues In Military Divorce

We will help you understand and make informed decisions regarding every issue you will face in North Carolina, including:

  • Military pension and retirement distribution
  • Survivor benefits
  • Military subsidies for children and the impact on child support
  • Issues of custody, deployment and reassignment
  • Equitable division of property
  • Alimony
  • Military health care coverage
  • Modifications to a military divorce order

Getting legal counsel and dedicated representation from an attorney who understands where you come from and where you are headed is essential to navigating the military divorce process successfully.

Please call our firm in Weddington or Boone, North Carolina, toll free at 888-805-8163 or email us securely about your divorce matters. We are responsive to all forms of communication and look forward to speaking with you.

Our lawyers serve members of the military and veterans in the areas of Union County, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Boone and throughout the state.