Fairfax County Divorce Attorneys Experienced in Military Divorce
While divorce is often one of the most complicated issues that many individuals will face in their lives, it can be especially challenging when one or both spouses serve in the military, or when a civilian spouse is residing in Virginia only because his or her spouse is stationed here.
Decades of Experience Handling Divorce Cases Involving Military Members
Fred Arquilla was a career Army judge advocate officer and had 26 years of military legal experience before entering the private practice of law. Since joining the firm 2012, attorney Michael L. Poe’s practice has focused on issues unique to military families. We have a full understanding of the legal problems and issues military families face when dealing with separation and divorce and often advise other lawyers throughout the country on such matters. We help service members and their families understand their rights as to all issues that arise concerning:
- The computation, evaluation and division of military retired pay
- The award of military survivorship benefit plans
- Service members and veteran group life insurance plans
- Medical insurance coverage available through the military
- Transportation of household goods by the military
- Post-9/11 GI Bill education and training benefits
Our team is committed to helping our clients take the most efficient and cost-effective legal steps in their divorce proceedings. Whether we help you come to a negotiated agreement involving fair and acceptable terms, or we are required to litigate your case in court to achieve your goals, our team will protect your rights and help you obtain the best possible outcome available for you.
Contact Our Military Divorce Lawyers Today
To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced divorce attorneys, complete and submit our online form or call 703-719-9292 for a free initial interview of up to 30 minutes. Our law offices are conveniently located at the intersection of Franconia Road and Beulah Street in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County, with ample free parking.