If You are a Woman Considering Military Divorce in Virginia, the Military Divorce Laws and Information Laid Out in This Free, Easy-to-Read Book Will Prove Priceless
What Every Virginia Military Wife Needs to Know About Divorce, Honors Female Service Members and Military Wives Considering Military Divorce in Virginia By Providing Them With Invaluable Information about Virginia's Military Divorce Laws.
Virginia Beach, Virginia (PRWEB) August 04, 2011
One of the most painful lessons that many women have to learn when they enter the world of Family Court is that there is a big difference between knowing the facts and knowing Virginia’s military divorce laws. The Virginia Family Court system, especially when military personnel are involved, can be a very different kind of experience than what most people are used to and there tends to be a lot going on beneath the surface. Knowing Virginia’s military divorce laws and what to expect can make all the difference.
In the new book, What Every Virginia Military Wife Needs to Know About Divorce, military divorce lawyers, Matt Hamel and Charlie Hofheimer point out that there are:
38 financial records you should be aware of;
20 steps you should take to prepare for military divorce in Virginia; and
20 guidelines you should follow for “separating under the same roof.”
For many women facing military divorce in Virginia, the most important issue becomes the welfare of her children. In the book, What Every Virginia Military Wife Needs to Know About Divorce, you will also learn that there are 10 critical factors your judge must consider in every contested custody case.
The good news is this easy-to-read, highly informative book is available for free at http://www.MilitaryDivorceBook.com. It is available in both digital format and hard copy.
You’ll also find:
A step-by-step overview of the military divorce process in Virginia;
A look at military topics such as the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA);
The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP);
The Thrift Savings Plan (TSP);
Military retirement benefits for spouses; and
The Post-9/11 GI Bill.
What Every Virginia Military Wife Needs to Know about Divorce is a “must have” resource for military wives and female service members considering military divorce in Virginia.
About the book’s authors and military Divorce lawyers:
Charlie Hofheimer: Charlie has been named a Virginia Family Law SuperLawyer by Thomson/Reuters Superlawyers.com, and has earned the highest rating possible, a “10”, by AVVO, a legal rating directory. He is a nationally recognized speaker on the subject of divorce and custody and has helped thousands of women navigate even the most difficult issues of separation and divorce.
Matt Hamel: Before joining Hofheimer/Ferrebee, Matt served 6 years on active duty as a Navy Judge Advocate General (JAG) attorney and is now an active, drilling Navy JAG Reservist. Matt served as a Prosecutor, a Staff JAG to the Commodore of the Destroyer Class Squadron and Assistant Force JAG to Naval Surface Force Atlantic Fleet, and has served a tour of duty in Iraq.
The Law Firm of Hofheimer/Ferrebee, P.C. is the only law office in Virginia representing women exclusively in divorce, custody, and family law. Offices are located in Virginia Beach and Newport News, Virginia