Valdosta Military Divorce Attorney

Soldiers and other military personnel face unique challenges in divorce that civilians do not have to deal with. If you are a military man or woman, or the spouse of someone in the military who is facing a divorce, it is critical to work with an attorney who has knowledge of these unique issues and the experience to help you through the process to a favorable result.

At Moore & Voyles, P.C., our lawyers have decades of experience handling all of the unique issues involved with military divorce. From our law office in Valdosta, Georgia, we proudly serve clients from the nearby Moody Air Force Base and other military personnel in the area.

We have been connected with the Moody Air Force Base for many years. In fact, Attorney Gregory Alan Voyles has served as an Honorary Squadron Commander at MAFB. We are grateful for the dedicated service provided by our military, and we offer discounted rates for military divorce matters.

Our attorneys can help you through all aspects of your divorce, including the two most common challenges that military members face in divorce:

  • Splitting military pension: There are numerous complications in these issues, including length of time served, how much of the pension should be distributed and when this distribution should occur. Further, a court could compensate a military spouse through other divorce assets rather than splitting the pension itself. Our lawyers can help you through the process to obtain the best results possible.
  • Divorce while stationed out of the area: When a military service member is in a foreign country or in another state, the divorce proceedings can be complicated. Whether you are the military member stationed out of town or the spouse, we can help make sure the process goes as smoothly as possible and protect your legal interests through the divorce proceedings.

Contact Moore & Voyles, P.C.

Talk with an attorney from our firm to discuss your military divorce representation. Call us at 229-232-8618 or contact us online.