Omaha’s Leading Military Divorce Lawyer
We bring a client-focused approach to military divorce cases that allow you to work through the dissolution of your union in the most efficient, cost-effective, and human way possible.
Don’t Fight Alone
Schedule a consultation with Nebraska’s most experienced military divorce attorneys. We understand that the time you are going through is tumultuous. Because of this, we vow to bring the experience, knowledge, and conscientiousness you need to come to a healthy resolution.
We can advise you on any of the following matters:
- Military Divorce
- Legal Separation
- Division of Military Retirement and Disability Pay
- Custody During Deployment
- Division of Assets and Debts
- Domestic Violence
Our attorneys make sure their clients know what is going on throughout the entire divorce process. To receive caring, individualized service and security during your divorce, call us today at 402-415-2525 or book a consultation.
We Understand Military Divorce
Even attorneys who have worked with family and matrimonial law for decades can find themselves disadvantaged when representing a service member or non-military spouse. Husker Law’s team of specialized military divorce lawyers can help you traverse the potential pitfalls that military families face in legal matters.
Service members and their spouses face a unique set of challenges when dissolving their union that most civilians do not encounter. These complications often lurk in property division, military retirement and disability pay, child custody, and even where to file for the divorce.
When you choose to work with Husker Law, you can feel secure knowing our expert attorneys are attuned to the nuances of military divorce.
Every day, military members and their families face struggles that other families do not understand. A military divorce is no exception. If you are unprepared or poorly represented, the outcome of your divorce could be disastrous. You owe it to yourself to seek assistance from an attorney who will strive to understand the needs and questions specific to your case.
One of the most common inquiries we receive is about base privileges. Even after a divorce, a former military spouse can still be eligible for commissary and exchange privileges. For this to happen the ex-spouse must fall under the 20/20/20 rule meeting these requirements:
- Was married to their former spouse for at least 20 years
- The military member was in the service for 20 years or more
- The marriage overlapped the time of service for at least 20 years
Why Trust Husker Law?
Our depth of legal and military knowledge has made us the go-to law firm for military personnel and spouses in Omaha, throughout Nebraska, and nationwide. We are proud that even our legal community peers turn to us for help in these complex cases. Frequently we find ourselves called upon by other lawyers to assist with military divorce matters.
The attorneys at Husker Law have years of experience representing servicemembers and non-service spouses in military divorce cases. From our convenient office location, we can serve clients across Nebraska.
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Get Started Today
If you’re ready to proceed with your military divorce, contact our team and receive the caring and knowledgeable assistance you deserve today.