Military Divorce

Maintaining the health and well-being of a member of the military and his or her family can be difficult enough without complicating legal factors. Located near Fort Campbell, and practicing in the Clarksville, Tennessee and the surrounding area, Goble & Yow, PLLC is able to serve the needs of servicemen and women stationed here and abroad.

Our attorneys have handled numerous military family law issues throughout the course of our practice. We are able to address family law issues for military clients and clients who are married to or involved with a member of the military.

Going through a divorce creates enough stress without the involvement of military issues. Military issues can further complicate the family law matters at hand. We offer clients skilled representation in divorce, along with issues that often arise specific to the military, such as:

  • Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) payments
  • Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) payments
  • Relocation and Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) issues
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Alimony (spousal support)
  • Property separation and division
  • Health insurance coverage
  • Pension division

There Are Special Rules For The Division of Military Retirement Benefits

Servicemen and women are often concerned about how their military retirement benefits may be divided upon divorce. There are specifics that govern the way in which these are divided and the division may depend on the details of each individual's situation. We are able to review your case and make a determination on how the courts may require the division of military retirement benefits.

Are You Worried About A Relocation Affecting Your Rights?

It is a well-known fact of life that members of the military are often relocated. Many of our clients come to us with questions about how their relocation may affect their family law issues, such as child custody. We can work closely with clients to ensure that any standing orders are modified and that child relocations are completed with the best interests of the children in mind.

When You Have Questions. We Have Answers.

Our firm provides a free consultation to clients who have questions about how we handle military divorce cases. To schedule your consultation, please call our office at 931-266-4763 or send us an email. We know that you may have financial concerns, which is why we offer payment plans.