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Any divorce is complicated, but a military divorce is doubly so. In Virginia, you have to have lived in the state for six months to get a divorce – but different laws apply to servicemen and women stationed in Virginia. Furthermore, military retirement benefits have to be divided up in a way different from regular marriage assets. There are also unique approaches to the Survivor Benefit Plan that can be addressed during divorce.

All of that means that if you or your spouse are in the military, you shouldn’t trust just anyone to handle your divorce. At Rinehart Bryant, PLLC, we have decades of experience navigating how Virginia law affects military divorce. If you are considering a divorce, contact Rinehart Bryant, PLLC today to move forward with your case!