Addressing The Distinct Needs Of Military Families

Serving within the military is a distinguished career path that places strict constraints on your time and location. These bounds impact your family life, and impact many family law issues, including: military divorce, child custody, and visitation.

Our attorneys at Baker & Tisdale PLLC, represent a considerable number of Texas military families from Fort Hood and are well-versed in your key concerns. Attorney Thomas Baker served in both the U.S. Navy and Army, and served as a JAG attorney for several years before we started our firm. These experiences allow him to confidently provide legal guidance with in-depth knowledge of your particular situation.

If you have questions about any family law matter, call our knowledgeable lawyers at 254-781-4263 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Experienced Counsel Through Key Concerns

While military members face many of the same family law problems as civilians, you face some additional concerns. Our attorneys will answer all of your questions, and help you strategically address:

  • Division of your retirement and pension accounts during divorce
  • How VA disability may influence child support payments
  • Child custody decisions and visitation schedules given your time constraints
  • Whether a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) may or may not apply
  • How active duty may delay standard court deadlines
  • Alterations in your bankruptcy process

Insight Into The Laws Affecting Military Families

Your career falls outside of the bounds of a traditional job. Therefore, the government passed laws to protect the interests of military members, including the creation of unique pension and benefits plans. These laws alter your divorce and family law experiences. It is important for you to choose an attorney who understands these special circumstances and how to employ them to pursue a favorable outcome.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation Today

Call 254-781-4263 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. You may also contact our Killeen or Belton offices online. We can carefully evaluate your case, and advise you on your military family law concerns. We know that your family is important, and we are dedicated to frequent communication addressing any questions or concerns that arise throughout your work with us.