The Men’s Legal Center’s founding attorney Craig A. Candelore’s military background gives the Men’s Legal Center the knowledge necessary to better serve the needs of military members.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
The attorneys at the Men’s Legal Center understand the nuances and particularities specific to military divorces and family law cases. The attorneys are available to discuss an array of family law issues including: divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, and property division.
The Men’s Legal Center has been representing husbands, fathers, and non-custodial parents in California for over 26 years with a special emphasis in military divorce and family law cases, which include: divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support and property division. The attorneys at the Men’s Legal Center are pleased to announce that they will be available to provide members of the United States Armed Forces with a free initial consultation from now through May 15, 2013.
In an article entitled, “Military Divorce Rate Down Slightly in 2012,” published on http://www.military.com on January 23, 2013, stated that according to statistics from the Pentagon, military divorce rate stood at 3.5 percent during the previous calendar year. However, even though the military divorce rate fell slightly from 3.7 percent during the 2011 calendar year, it was still higher than the rate of 2.6 percent in 2001. These statistics illustrate that the need for military-specific family law services is higher today than it was a decade ago.
The Men’s Legal Center’s founding attorney Craig A. Candelore’s military background gives the Men’s Legal Center the knowledge necessary to better serve the needs of military members. Mr. Candelore served in the United States Army, ultimately earning the rank of Colonel. He served our country in active duty tours that include Operation Desert Strom and Operation Iraqi Freedom; working primarily as Regional Senior Law Enforcement and Anti-Terrorist Officer.
Mr. Candelore and the attorneys at the Men’s Legal Center understand the vast particularities, nuances and standards that apply in military divorce and family law cases that are not necessarily relevant in civilian divorce cases. Therefore, the team at the Men’s Legal Center is offering members of the military an opportunity to schedule a free initial consultation, now through May 15, 2013. A consultation will allow for any Armed Service Member to discuss any Family Law-related issue they may be facing. Anyone interested is invited to log onto the Men’s Legal Center’s website at http://www.menslegal.com to fill out a contact form to schedule their initial consultation.