As soldiers are deployed around the world, as they are needed, the military spouse may be in a foreign country when the other spouse files for a divorce. In this instance, the military spouse cannot be held in default for not responding to legal documents, hearings, and motions; and the divorce can be postponed while the spouse remains on active duty.
Because military divorce is so complicated, we recommend that you seek the expertise of one of our attorneys. Request a free consultation for excellent guidance on the specifics of your divorce.
For a free initial consultation, call our firm at 210-541-6800. You will receive a personalized assessment of your situation from one of our San Antonio military divorce attorneys, and will be given all the information you need to make well-reasoned decisions about your case. Bineham & Gillen, PLLC, represents client throughout Texas, including the cities of San Antonio, New Braunfels, San Marcos, Boerne, Seguin and Karnes City, as well as other communities and military bases in Bexar County, Comal County and Karnes County.