There are many things that make Florida military divorce different than civilian divorce. We’re an experienced law firm that is proud to serve our servicemen and women
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) January 17, 2012
DivorceYes.com, an online legal service offering low cost, flat fee discrete task representation is divorce cases, is pleased to announce that the law firm now handles Florida military divorce cases. Like their other services, DivorceYes.com’s Florida military divorce services are available at a low cost, making it affordable for the average serviceman or service woman.
“Military divorce is something we do a lot of,” explained Jeff Miller, senior counsel at DivorceYes.com. “There are many things that make Florida military divorce different than civilian divorce. We’re an experienced law firm that is proud to serve our servicemen and women.”
To obtain a military divorce in Florida, one of the parties must prove residency. This means residing in the state 6 months before the filing of the petition.
But what about those Florida residents who get deployed elsewhere? Or what about a resident from another state who is now stationed in Florida?
Miller details the law, stating “In the case of an active military member, he/she can meet Florida’s 6 month residence requirement for purposes of the court’s divorce jurisdiction if he/she: (1) has actually resided in Florida for the last 6 months, regardless of where his/her home state is, even if deployed, or (2) establishes Florida as his/her home state with the intent to return to Florida after discharge, even if stationed outside of Florida or deployed.”
To find out more about Florida 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, West Palm Beach, 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.