Military Divorce in Camden County Georgia
We represent clients in military divorce in Camden County for both contested and uncontested situations. Most involve active duty or retired U.S. Navy personnel or their spouse. So, we refer to these cases as a "Georgia Navy divorce."
We offer low, flat fees for uncontested military divorce in Camden County for all active duty or retired military personnel and military spouses. Of course, jurisdiction must be proper under Georgia Law. We focus on completing your uncontested military divorce as quickly as possible. Usually, uncontested military divorce cases can be done without you even coming to our office or going to court.
With the Kings Bay Navy installation in Camden County, we handle many Camden County military divorce cases. Most frequently, these are a Navy divorce. The Navy base at Kings Bay is the largest U.S. Navy facility in Georgia.
But, we also handle uncontested military divorces in many other Georgia counties. Military divorce is a major part of our practice and has been for many years. These can be divorces for both active duty service members or military retirees who live in Camden County, Georgia.
Mr. Jones is veteran of eight years of active duty. He knows first-hand the special stresses and complications of military service. He understands the concerns that accompany a military divorce.
Issues Affecting a Camden County Military Divorce
An uncontested military divorce in Camden County is a great fit for military families. Often, active duty service members have limited time and financial resources. Service members need to get the divorce process completed correctly, quickly and affordably. An uncontested military divorce is less expensive, less stressful and faster than an contested divorce.
Of course, even with an uncontested divorce, working through the process can be difficult for some. But, with the increased schedule demands on military families it can seem almost impossible. We help military families resolve the legal and financial issues to complete their divorce as efficiently as possible.
In many ways, a military divorce is identical to a civilian divorce. But, active duty military personnel with minor children must consider their availability when working through child custody issues. Also, a heavy deployment schedule can limit the time military service members can spend with children. In some cases, this can also effect how child support is determined.
Sometimes, one spouse has committed to running the household and sacrificed some earning potential to allow the military spouse to pursue better opportunities. In such cases, adjustments can be made to spousal support. Military marriages that are ending also have some unique financial issues to work through. For example, how to address how a pension or other future earnings will be divided.
Dividing Retirement in a Georgia Navy Divorce
Recently, the new Blended Retirement System ("BRS") added complexity to a military divorce for current service members with less than 12 years of active duty. Attorney Robert Jones has been trained on the BRS. He assists and advises on it as well as the current military retirement system. This is all part of his military divorce representation.
We can help you and your spouse work through the issues that need to be addressed to finalize a military divorce in Camden County, Georgia. Attorney Jones does this in a cost-effective and timely manner. You can rely on his experience with the military and Georgia law. His detailed knowledge of Georgia Navy divorce, military service and issues that effect military divorce helps through the entire process.
Cost of a Military Divorce in Camden County Georgia
A military divorce in Camden County, Georgia does not have to be expensive. In an uncontested military divorce, for example, the parties have agreed in advance on the essential issues. These include how to divide marital property, allocate debts, arrange for custody of minor children, and set child and spousal support. Our reasonable, flat fees for a no-contest divorce are:
- $299 for uncontested divorce with no minor children; or
- $599 for uncontested divorce with minor children
We do not charge for postage, copies, or paralegal fees for your uncontested divorce. Our flat fee covers the entire cost for your uncontested Camden County military divorce, except for court costs. Our fee is paid in full at the beginning of your case. Except for the court costs, we do not ask you to pay anything else.
Contested Camden County Military Divorce
While we focus on uncontested Camden County military divorce matters, we also handle some contested military divorces. We limit our contested divorce practice to Camden County and can offer an affordable retainer and a reasonable hourly rate.
Start your Military Camden County Divorce
Whether you live in Kingsland, St Marys, Woodbine, Kings Bay or any other community in Camden County, Georgia, we can help you with a military divorce. Of course, if you are stationed elsewhere in the United States or even overseas, we can also help you with a Camden County divorce if your home of record is in Camden County, Georgia.
The cost of divorce in Camden County, Georgia does not have to be expensive. In an uncontested divorce, for example, the parties have agreed in advance how to divide marital property, allocate debts, arrange for custody of minor children, and set child and spousal support. To schedule your personal consultation with Robert L. Jones, an experienced Camden County divorce attorney, contact us online using the "Getting Started" link above or call (912) 215-7677.
Uncontested divorce can be a great fit for military families who have limited time and financial resources and need to get the process completed correctly and quickly. With the increased schedule demands on military families it can seem almost impossible. Robert Jones helps military families work through the special legal and financial issues to resolve their divorce as efficiently as possible.
Fast, Efficient and Low-Cost Divorce
At the Law Office of Robert L. Jones, we combine thorough and comprehensive divorce and family law legal services with efficiency, speed, and low costs. Contact a lawyer or call (912) 215-7677 today.