Miller Law Associates is an experienced Florida divorce law firm and is proud to serve our servicemen and women
Fort Lauderdale, FL, (PRWEB) June 27, 2011
DivorceYes.com, a cutting-edge online legal service backed by Miller Law Associates, recently announced new services for Florida military divorce. Military divorce cases are unique in several ways, and the legal team at DivorceYes.com understands what it takes to obtain such a divorce in Florida.
“Military divorce is something we do a lot of,” explains managing attorney Jeff Miller. “Miller Law Associates is an experienced Florida divorce law firm and is proud to serve our servicemen and women.”
According to the DivorceYes.com website, military divorces are unique because active military members who are legal Florida residents could be stationed out of state or even out of country on a long-term basis. Furthermore, military members from other states who are stationed in Florida for at least 6 months consecutively can qualify as legal Florida residents and get divorced in the state.
There are also special rules that apply to dividing military pensions as well as provisions that protect active military members from Florida divorce proceedings.
“There are laws set up to protect active duty military members against being held in “default” from failing to respond to a divorce action. These laws were enacted to protect active military from being divorced without knowing it,” says Miller. “The divorce proceeding may be postponed for the entire time the active service member is on duty and for up to 60 days thereafter.”
To learn more about Florida military divorce, visit DivorceYes.com.
About the Miller Law Firm and DivorceYes.com
Miller Law Associates is a Florida divorce law firm with offices located in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and West Palm Beach. New offices are being planned for Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville, Florida. Managing attorney Jeff Miller has been practicing law as a trial lawyer in Florida and throughout the United States since 1980. His practical in court experience brings a wealth of experience to those needing divorce representation in Florida. All Florida divorces must be obtained in court. The purpose of the divorce website, DivorceYes.com, is to ease the burden of divorce on families and to get the process completed as quickly as possible at a fair and affordable price. For more information, please visit DivorceYes.com.