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Military members who are married and/or have children face the same issues as anyone else when there is a divorce, child custody or support case.  However, they face special circumstances that are unique to those who serve in the armed forces.  They sacrifice a great deal to carry out military duties, as do their families. Military family members are often separated from each other for significant periods of time and do not necessarily know when or for how long the service member will be deployed. Service members relocate frequently, sometimes with their families and sometimes without them. 

We understand the difficulties service members face. If you are deployed, overseas, or at sea, or otherwise not available to work with your attorney in person, we are prepared to make accommodations as best we can. Communication between a service member and an attorney can get complicated when telephone reception is limited, military mail is slow and/or internet connection is limited.  Planning for this at the early stages of the case is helpful.  For example, we offer online payment of legal fees by credit card through our web site so payment does not require phone calls or mail.

♦  Ms. Edwards is VA accredited attorney.
♦  She is a volunteer attorney in ABA military pro bono project programs. 
See our military links of interest. 





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